Tajinder Bagga exposes hypocrisy of Rajdeep Sardesai over Missionaries of Charity

Rajdeep Sardesai, consulting editor at the India Today group, is a well known television personality. Furthermore his Anti-Modi/Anti-Hindu stance are well documented on several instances on social media.

Recently, a baby trafficking racket was busted in Ranchi, two Nuns and one staffer of Missionaries of Charity were arrested for selling a toddler. “We have moved 13 girls and 22 children from Nirmal Hriday and Shishu Niketan (respectively) to a new home,” Rupa Verma, Chairperson of district unit of Child Welfare Committee told PTI.

To top it all, police sources had suggested that 450 pregnant women were admitted in various homes, run by the order founded by St Teresa, here between 2015 and 2018, but there are records of only 170 childbirths and no information about the remaining 280. The facility in Jharkhand state is operated by Missionaries of Charity, a religious order founded by Mother Teresa in 1950.

Rajdeep Sardesai, in order to defend the Legacy of Mother Teresa had tweeted, “Missionaries of Charity baby selling scandal is shocking. But should the criminal act of a few be allowed to tarnish legacy of Mother Teresa or to make this about ‘Christianity’ instead of crime? Would a robbery in Tirupati temple tomorrow become about Hinduism?”

This biased tweet didn’t go well with many twitter uses and they exposed the hypocrisy of Rajdeep Sardesai, who had attacked Hinduism for the acts of a few. Spokesperson of Delhi, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, was quick enough to expose Sardesai.

Rajdeep Sardesai was further shamed on Twitter for this biased tweet.