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On Friday, 21st January, 2010, dismissing the Central Bureau of Investigation’s plea to enhance the life sentence, a Bench of Justices P. Sathasivam and B.S. Chauhan in the Supreme Court of India upheld an Orissa High Court judgment that commuted the death sentence a trial court awarded to Dara Singh to life term. Dara Singh, a Hindu Activist linked to Bajrang Sena, burnt to death Australian Christian missionary Graham Stuart Staines and his minor sons Philip Staines and Timothy Staines on the night of January 22, 1999 at Manoharpur, Keonjhar district, Orissa.
Graham Staines engaged himself to evangelize (covert by alluring) the poor Hindu tribal people by his organisation “Evangelical Missionary Society of Mayurbhanj” (EMSM) since he came to India from Australia in 1965.The three districts of Orissa viz. Keonjhar, Khandhamal and Baripada were under the scanner of these Missionaries in the nineties for total evangelization which sensitized the Hindu activists for an anti-conversion movement. As reported, Dara personally requested Graham not to convert poor Hindu tribal people and jeopardize their ancestral faiths by enchasing their poverty and illiteracy. It resulted only an aggressor Graham Staines to plan a bigger conversion strategy to grasp the entire tribal region of Orissa which irritated Dara Singh to indulge himself into a deed of utter controversy as came to the world as a murder case of Graham Staines and his two minor sons.
Dismissing the CBI’s plea to enhance the life sentence, the designated Bench held that this was not one of the rarest of rare cases in which the death sentence should be awarded to the accused. Simultaneously, the Bench dismissed Dara Singh’s appeal against the life sentence, and confirmed the High Court judgment awarding life term to co-accused Mahendra Hembram and acquitting 11 others for want of evidence.
The highest apex court of India expressed its anguish at intolerance of other religions in this way : “In a country like ours, where discrimination on the grounds of caste or religion is taboo, taking the lives of persons belonging to another caste or religion is bound to have a dangerous and reactive effect on society at large. It strikes at the very root of the orderly society which the founding fathers of our Constitution dreamt of. Our concept of secularism is that the state will have no religion. The state shall treat all religions and religious groups equally and with equal respect, without, in any manner, interfering on their individual right of religion, faith and worship.”
But, what is more important now that the highest judiciary in India again blamed the Christian Organizations for their illegal and un-ethical conversion activities in the name of “services”. The judgment contains: “It is undisputed that there is no justification for interfering in someone’s belief by way of ‘use of force,’ provocation, conversion, incitement or upon a flawed premise that one religion is better than the other.”
Asserting the related killings with conversion of poor tribal people and its repercussions, the judgment clarifies : “It is clear from various earlier decisions that on conviction under Section 302 of the IPC, the normal rule is to award the punishment of life imprisonment, and the punishment of death should be resorted to only in the rarest of rare cases. In the case on hand, though Graham Staines and his two minor sons were burnt to death while sleeping inside a station wagon at Manoharpur, the intention was to teach a lesson to Graham Staines about his religious activities, namely, converting poor tribals to Christianity. All these aspects have been correctly appreciated by the High Court, which modified the sentence of death to life imprisonment, with which we concur.”
So far Dara Singh is not a Amir Azmal Kasav (26/11/2008 Mumbai Mayhem) or Afjal Guru (13/12/2001 Attack on Indian Parliament), no big shot advocate came forward to defend poor Dara Singh, who had no option to resist these Christian Missionaries engaged into conversion activities in the force of foreign funds either or to sacrifice himself as a savior of Hindu culture and nationalism from the onslaught of Christian conversion everywhere. The patriotism of Dara Singh cannot be questioned.
The life imprisonment of Dara Singh reveals the continuing conspiracy of Christian imperialism in India vividly. Dara compelled every concern in Indian administration and judiciary to understand the reality of Christian Social Service @ Conversion at any cost. The subversive activities of various Christian groups in Hindu-tribal prone areas in central region of India including in Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, in Jharkhand and in north-east regions are highly alarming. The nexus between Christian War Group (CWG) and the various Maoist factions is gradually deteriorating the peace and welfare process in so many affected places. The overseas Muslim, Christian and Chinese funds have set a goal to destabilize Indian integrity, harmony and prosperity in all possible ways. Indian Nation must move now.
Once, one uncontrollable Naturam Godse bulleted that so called Mahatma as his tantamount Muslim appeasement caused a great loss of Mother India and the Hindus even after the division of Motherland. Now, a Dara Singh could not control himself as his men under the attack of the vehement conversion shock and the vilification of Hindutva by the foreign Christian agents under Vatican papacy and an Italian mystery. Can Supreme Court of India ban conversion at the cost of Dara Singh’s life imprisonment?