Notice to Amazon India in case of conversion – Sangri Today

Advice to Amazon India in conversion case: NCPCR seeks response on NGO funding, Arunachal Pradesh case

The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on Friday sent a notice to Amazon India requesting an explanation for the alleged funding of an NGO involved in “illegal activities”. There was no immediate response from Amazon India on this.
The NCPCR issued a notice saying: “The Commission has received a complaint from the Social Justice Forum, an NGO in Arunachal Pradesh. It has been alleged that ‘All India Mission’ registered in the US and UK is involved in an illegal activity that illegally converts children in India.
“It is also stated in the complaint that the above organization has more than 100 orphanages all over India. According to the complaint, the organization’s website and social media pages clearly state that they aim to convert in India and also claim that they have converted many people in India especially in the North East and Jharkhand.
The commission said the complaint also alleged that the organization received funds from Amazon India. The complaint also states that Amazon India mentioned on its platform that its customers can support the “All India Mission” by shopping on Amazon Smile.

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Edwin S. Wolfe