The hidden agenda
Since last few days we have seen the viral effect across the nation for a television show hosted by Bollywood Star Aamir Khan named ‘Satyamev Jayate’ and these days … I’ve come across a large number of people discussing and praising the show and also some of them were considering making donations and sending SMSs to the show in public interest. My purpose of writing this is to let those people know that how and where their donations and revenue generated by SMSs will be used.
The Foundation where your donations and income via SMSs will go is called ‘Humanity Trust’ and this is the website of this trust: www.humanitytrust.com
The Executive Committee of this Foundation includes: Mr Jagabar Ali; Mr R Hakkim Ali and Mr Fazulutheen. The members of the Board of Advisors are Mr ML Raja Mohamed; Mr MS Nasick; Mr A Ahmed Irzath and Mr S Abdul Basith.
This website says that some of the objectives of their Foundation are: Masjid Construction assistance. (Bore/construction helps), placement assistance for Islamic youngsters (notifications about jobs across various geographies).
Now look at the irony here: People from all over the country belonging to different religions and communities are sending SMSs and making donations, and you can see clearly that money is spent on people of just one particular community and religion – the Muslims!!
Isn’t it unfair that first you attract people from different religions on emotional grounds, and when they fall prey to it and give donations, you use that money for communal purpose without even informing the people where their money is going to be used?
How will building mosques and madrasas help our nation? And if it doesn’t then why are people of this country being fooled like this and no one is raising questions? Are only Muslims unemployed in this country? If not then why this step-motherly treatment to people of other religions? It is the Hindus who should be taking initiatives in Hindusthan and keep the enemy guessing. The others come in only when they see the vacuum. Sonia Maino, too filled into this. There are not too many bad people in India, but the problem is that there are too many good people in India, who do not speak up about bad deeds of bad people.