Withdraw Bharat Ratna to Mother Theresa: RSS

-Missionaries of Charity is accused of Baby Trafficking a serious offence

-Babies are sold for 1 lakh or even more
Child welfare department of Jharkhand is probing the case

-Umbrella of organisations working under MoC have allegedly violated FCRA guidelines and recieved crores of rupees as funds

-Jharkhand DGP writes to Home Secretary to freeze the bank accounts of all organisations under MoC (Missionaries of Charity)

-Bureaucrats involved in this case of Baby Trafficking; a district magistrate gave a clean chit

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has demanded the withdrawal of Bharat Ratna to Mother Theresa conferred to her in the year 1980. The call to take back the honour bestowed to Mother Theresa comes after Delhi RSS prachar pramukh, Rajiv Tuli blamed the Missionaries of Charity of engaging in a baby selling racket in Ranchi.

“The tainted shouldn’t get India’s highest civilian honour, he said. Even when Late Mother Theresa was conferred the Bharat Ratna in 1980, there were allegations against her. 39 years later is being made again” said the Delhi RSS prachar pramukh.

“Mother Theresa never worked for the welfare of the needy and the poor”. Religious conversion was her main agenda, he said.

Supporting Tuli was Dr.Subramanian Swamy. Referring to British Author Christopher Hitchen’s book (The Missionary Position: Mother Theresa in Theory and Practice) where he has documented the criminalities and frauds of Mother Theresa.

The call to withdraw Bharat Ratna to Mother Theresa comes after Jharkhand DGP had written to the Home Secretary to freeze the bank accounts of the Missionaries of Charity. The funds recieved by Missionaries of Charity was in gross violation of FCRA guidelines.
The case might be transferred to the CBI to probe further. Some of the organisations working under the Missionaries of Charity had been found receiving funds worth crores.

An official of the Child Welfare Committee in Ranchi had spoken against Baby Trafficking way back in 2014 and complained against them to the Social welfare department. However, no action was taken against them.