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Foreign Contributions (Prohibition)

THE FOREIGN CONTRIBUTIONS (PROHIBITION)


Enact “the Foreign Contributions (Prohibition) Act” by repealing the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act, 2010, to completely ban foreign contributions except those by OCIs in their personal capacity:

India is not a beggar Nation that we need foreign charity. As the famous American saying goes, there is no free lunch. Foreign charity comes with stated or implied purposes to subvert our society, to change demographics, to create conditions for break-up of our country, to foment social unrest, to create hurdles in our social, economic, and technological progress, to colonize our minds to suit the foreign sinister purposes and so on and so forth.

Huge funding for the so called non-profit or non-commercial sector in India is generated by overseas remittances from organizations that are affiliated with foreign Governments and varied foreign non-State actors. It is an open secret that much of this fundingis often used to create extraordinary influence,both subtle as well as obvious,on the executive, legislative, judicial aspects of our country, on the pretext of either humanitarian or social intervention, whereas its intent is to subvert the natural democratic process and the national discourse. Not surprisingly, the receivers of foreign charity often act in both covert and overt ways to destabilizeour society for thesinister designs of their foreign masters. Ironically, the activity of such “civil society” activists is to promote the interests of foreign entities, instead of serving the best interest of the Indian society, which they claim to represent.

The following official data amply demonstrates that notwithstanding the political color of the Central Government and notwithstanding the best efforts of the present Central Governmentto tighten and enforce the law, the quantum of foreign contributions continues to rise without let or hindrance leading to ever increasing undue foreign interference in our internal affairs.

SlNo. Year Amount received under FCRA Reference
1 2010-11 Rs. 10,865/- Crores MHA L. No. II/21011/58(974)/2017-FCRA-MU dated 07-11-2017 in reply to RTI application.
1 2011-12 Rs. 11,935/- Crores
1 2012-13 Rs. 12,614/- Crores
1 2013-14 Rs. 14,853/- Crores
1 2014-15 Rs. 15,297/- Crores
1 2015-16 Rs. 17,765/- Crores
1 2016-17 Rs. 18,065/- Crores PIB Press Release dated 1st June 2018 of MHA

Given that we, as a Nation, have rightly been refusing foreign aid even for natural disasters on grounds of national pride, we should also refuse foreign contributions that is funding the break-up of the country. India can generate all money required for relief, rehabilitation, religious and charitable works and even for lobbying through accruals from within the country.Hence,there is an imperative need toimposea blanket ban on allsorts of foreign funding to any NGOs or groups in India. This is the only way to deal with this menace since loopholes can otherwise always be found in any law, howsoever well-intentioned and well-drafted, it may be.

India has recognized the valuable contributions of its diaspora who have emotional connect with their former homeland. Hence, the only funding from abroad which can be allowed could be by Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs)in their personal capacity, and not as a conduit for institutional fundsthat too for the limited purpose of promotion, research and teaching of traditional Indian knowledge and ancient Indian texts.The philanthropic-minded non-OCI foreigners as well as the OCIs who want to contribute for purposes other than promotion, research and teaching of traditional Indian knowledge and ancient Indian texts, may be welcome to send their contributions to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. We therefore request immediate enactment of “The Foreign Contributions (Prohibition) Act” by repealing the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act, 2010 to completely ban all sorts of foreign contributions except those by the OCIs as mentioned above, in the forthcoming session of the current Parliament itself.

Alternatively, an Ordinance may be promulgated immediately pending enactment by the Parliament.

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