Mother Teresa’s charity cut off foreign funding

Finally, the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has given permission to Nobel Laureate Mother Teresa’s charity Missionaries of Charity to bring in foreign grants. The ministry had earlier suspended the permit on the basis of some “objectionable information”.

Trinamool Congress spokesmen Derek and Bryan shared the news on social media. He says this offensive information has harassed so many people. But in just two weeks, the objectionable information disappeared.

In the last one month, the Home Ministry has suspended the foreign aid of hundreds of Indian voluntary organizations. One of the Missionaries of Charity. However, the suspension of the missionaries’ grant permission caused a storm of condemnation around the world. The country’s human rights activists believe the Interior Ministry has changed its decision in the face of pressure.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she was shocked by the Home Ministry’s decision. He said food and medicine were not reaching the 22,000 patients and staff of the Missionaries of Charity. It is essential to show the human side as well as the law.

The same reaction was given by Suryakanta Mishra, West Bengal secretary of CPIM (Communist Party of India Marxist). Former finance minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram also said the memory of Mother Teresa could not have been more insulting. He received this gift by working for the poor all his life.

Earlier, on December 25, the Indian government had said it would not renew its foreign-funded license for Mother Teresa’s charity. The Missionaries of Charity has schools, clinics, housing and healthcare for abandoned children. Several thousand nuns are engaged in it.

Hardline Hindutva activists in India have long accused the organization of converting people to Christianity. However, the company has denied the allegations.

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