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Don’t blame Hindu Sangam in Guluji issue

December 10, 2013

FMT LETTER From Tanusha, via e-mail

First of all, I would like to congratulate you for your courage in publishing ‘Kisah Datuk Guluji’ (FMT, Dec 2, 2013). I am also anxious about the spread of such cults in Malaysia, as many of my friends are blindly believing in fake gurus.

But I am also disappointed that the writer indirectly insulted Malaysia Hindu Sangam (MHS) by stating that they have not taken any action regarding this matter.

I remember in 2009 when someone made a complaint against this cult, MHS lodged a police report. It was also reported in the media that severe action would be taken against such cults.

But nothing much could be done as it is a registered organisation. I came to know that MHS was threatened viA phone calls. But MHS was still strongly against the spread of such cults.

In March 2010, an arson attack was reported in the media. If I am not mistaken, Molotov cocktails were thrown into the MHS office building. It fell on the president and the vice president’s cars and caught fire.

If you were to ask any of the cult members, they would name MHS as their number one enemy for continuously educating the public about the true teachings of Hinduism.

Let me make it clear to the writer that MHS is continiously and courageously taking action. But fake gurus like “Datuk Guluji” seem to be able to keep the authorities quiet in some very clever way.

The writer should also remember that MHS is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with limited power to take action against such cults.

Rather than blaming MHS, the writer should have contacted MHS and written about all the fearless action taken by MHS against Datuk Guluji over the last decade.

Also read:

Kisah Datuk Guluji

Guluji’s ex-follower speaks

Victims of Guluji must come forward


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