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Thursday, February 22, 2024

FCRA license of controversial think-tank ‘Center for Policy Research’ cancelled – here is why this is good news

Centre for Policy Research (Thread) This is best news of day Home ministry cancelled FCRA license of Indian deep state org Centre For Policy Research (CPR) It means now they cant receive foreign funding. Their 80%-90% funding comes from Foreign donors and particularly 4-5 organizations.

These leftist elites have been running Indian govt from behind the curtains from last 50 years and infect not they, correct sentence sud be those foreign donors have been running Indian govt through them In this thread, I will tell you who are those Foreign donors and why their FCRA license cancelled and who are their key people.

Chairman of CPR is Meenakshi Gopinath : A former JNU professor and current Principal of LSR college, Delhi. During UPA govt she was member of National Security Advisory Board. Sonia Gandhi gave her Padam Shree in 2007.

She was also involved in farmer protest Yamini Aiyar is president of CPR : She is daughter of Congress leader Manishankar Aiyar

Their major donors are :

1. Bill & M Gates Foundation

2. Oak foundation

3. Omidyar Foundation

4. Hewlett Foundation

5. Ford Foundation

6. NAMATI

I have their annual reports of 2021-22 After analyzing I found that their 80% donations comes from Florigen Donors and that too also from mainly 4-5 donors Major of them is Bill Gates Foundation. Bill Gates doesn’t need any introduction how he is destroying countries.

Other major donors are Ford Foundation, Omidyar and US State dept Ford Foundation is just humanitarian face of CIA and Omidyar also connected with CIA and George Soros But the most interesting name in their donor list is NAMATI which actually became reason of their termination.

Namati in the Year 2022, donated Rs 3.6 crores to CPR while World Resources Institute donated Rs 88.92 lakhs. Between 2016-17 to 2020-21, NAMATI donated Rs 11.55 crore NAMATI and World resource Institute both are connected with George Soros.

George Soros’s Open Society Foundation is one of Network Members of Namati and also funds Open Society Justice Initiative Namati Inc is the legal empowerment partner of the George Soros-led and funded Open Society Foundation Soros use Namati for litigation to pursue his agenda.

And Soros did exactly same in India using CPR Income tax gave reason why they cancelled CPR’s FCRA license n reason is they receive funding from Namati and that fund was used for litigation work to halt coal mining work in Chhattisgarh This is the way Soros works.

Through my threads, I try to explain how some people runs the govt behind curtain And how globalist use NGO-think thank – Activist- Media nexus to destabilize countries and pressurize govt to make policies as per their wish Pl understand this game of foreign funded NGOs.

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread posted by @Starboy2079 on January 17, 2023, with minor edits to improve readability and conform to HinduPost style guide)

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