Left Ecosystem Targeting Sewa International now Asks for Donation to Jignesh Mewani's NGO

    09-May-2021
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The US-based Sewa International, a Hindu faith-based, humanitarian, non-profit service organization that has donated $9 million for relief work in India, when the nation is witnessing the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, is now targeted by Left Liberals by accusing RSS of child trafficking. While RSS Swayamsevaks and RSS affiliated organisations like Sewa Bharati are busy helping the people across India in the current catastrophe, the vicious attack on RSS by the Breaking India forces is also increasing.
 
Journalist Neha Dixit, who writes for far-left media portals, while requesting NRI people to not donate to Sewa International was seen asking to donate to the NGO named “We The People Foundation” of the far-left activist and current sitting MLA from Vadgam constituency in Gujarat Vidhan Sabha, Jignesh Mewani. A police complaint meanwhile has been lodged against Dixit by an RSS Swayamsevak named Vivek Kumar in Haryana for accusing RSS for child trafficking.
 
 
Mewani currently is seen asking for donations in the name of COVID-19 relief work. He has published an advertisement in Gujarati a week ago asking for the donation which stated: We The People Foundation are not asking for a donation for Temples or Mosques but for oxygen supply.
 
Mewani is a prominent face of the Left intelligentsia and has been constantly attacking RSS with hate-filled statements. Mewani was seen supporting Islamic extremists during the anti-CAA protests in 2020. His allegedly inflammatory speech at the Elgar Parishad was followed by Bhima Koregaon riots near Pune in January 2018, shortly after he was elected to Gujarat Vidhan Sabha in 2017.
 
The female Dalit auto-driver named Chithralekha, who was harassed by the casteist CPM goons in the Communist citadel of Kannur in Kerala, in her autobiography titled KL 13 L 8527 has accused Mewani of being a pseudo-Dalit activist and has written that she was at the receiving end of caste discrimination at Mevani's house when she visited Gujarat.