The fraudulent and shocking propagandism of Government of Maharashtra !

Government Proof of inessentiality of the "Eradication of Blind Belief Bill 2005".

In the proposed Eradication of blind belief bill 2005, the Government has clearly mentioned in the very first and introductory paragraph that the crimes related to blind beliefs and deceptions by fraud saints and gurus or ghost-busters are on the rise and show a seriously rising trend.
Actual statistics of Government of Maharashtra reveal exactly the opposite of this! When we approached the Police Department of Maharashtra State Police and demanded information as per the Government’s law of right to public information, we got the following statistics from the Police Crime Department with respect to statistics of crimes related to Blind beliefs.

Year No. of crimes related to Blind belief
2000 1
2001 1
2002 2
2003 10
2004 3
2005 0

All Police Stations have submitted a written note that the existing laws are sufficient to curb malpractices in Religion and that what needs to be done is stringent implementation.
Thus, this proves that the Maharashtra Government has been trying to trick people into believing that this law is a dire need of the hour. The deceitfulness of the Government is evident from the introduction of the bill itself!
This law is not meant for eradicating blind faith but faith and to be specific, faith in Hinduism! Spiritual Organisations will be targetted by this law and legally banned after which a "Godless" Maharashtra State will be easily converted into a Buddhist State or may be a communist State like Bengal!

The fog of suspicion behind the Government’s actual motive behind this law has now thickened!

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