How ‘Breaking India Forces’ used Nobel Winner Kailash Satyarth’s naivety!

 By: (Name withheld for privacy reasons)

I have been researching and  compiling various reports on how ‘Breaking Indian Forces’ via their lobbyists used Mr. Kailash Satyarthi over the years. A few days ago, I came across an article on Child Labor posted on Harvard Business Review ( by Prof. Vijay Govindrajan- Coxe Distinguished Professor at Tuck School at Dartmouth and Marvin Bower Fellow at Harvard Business School. (see article link below).
I sent a personal email to Prof. Govindrajan  that included all the complied reports and their sources pointing  out the ‘not-so-noble’ side of Mr. Kailash Satyarti’s activism.
Various former and current journalists have written on this ‘other side’ of Mr. Satyarthi’s activism where he played in the lobbyists hands for a long time. Senior Journalist of the Daily Pioneer Mr. Amitabh Shukla, Contributor at Forbes, Ms. Megha Bahree,  Entrepreneur Sankrant Sanu, Former Reporter at Indian Express Mr. Syed Liaquat Ali and many others, all point out the not-so-noble side of Mr. Kailash Satyarti’s Journey to Nobel Prize.
Prof. Govindrajan did not reply to my personal email but responded to my comments I posted  on HBR website.
Link to his article and comments underneath it:
My compilation of various reports and evidences on Mr. Satyarthi that I shared with Prof. Govindrajan:

How ‘Breaking India Forces’ used Nobel Winner Kailash Satyarth’s naivety.

Child labor is a worldwide problem and specially in under-developed and developing countries like India, vicious-cycle of inter-generational family poverty pushes Children into Child labor at an early age when they should be playing with their friends and attending schools.

Mr. Kailash Satyarthi must have done some good in his life and may have helped some children stuck in child labor due to vicious cycle of poverty in family.

But which were the ‘Breaking India Forces’ that supported Mr. Satyarthi’s activism and his road to Nobel Peace Prize?

Let’s look at Mr. Kailash Satyarthi’s journey to Nobel Peace Prize:

1. Please review this article exposing Satyarthi written by Amitabh Shukla, a Senior Editor The Pioneer with input from former Indian Express reporter Syed Liaquat Ali.
Link to this article :

2. Please review this article exposing Satyarthi written on Forbes by Journalist Megha Bahari, titiled, ” My Experience With Kailash Satyarthi’s Bachpan Bachao Andolan Was Anything But Nobel-Worthy”.
Link to this news article:

3. Kailash Satyarthi and his connections with Christian Missionaries:
Link to this investigative report:

4. This report from Satyarthi’s own website shows how a Christian Conversion Front used and reached out to poor children in 33 villages. First as well as last Goal of World Vision is Conversion.
Link to report. See page # 14.

5. This report titled ” Records of Kailash Satyarthi’s trust missing: Court informed”. Vital records of a charitable trust, which along with one of its trustees Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi and some others is embroiled in a suit relating to alleged misappropriation of funds by Kailash Satyarthi and his wife, have gone missing, a Delhi court has been informed. Link to news:

6. Churches work in India to achieve their “Soul Harvesting Goals”. Church’s help to poor families and their children is always conditional, ‘convert of Christianity and help is available’. Mr. Kailash Satyarthi’s NGO was an active participant with Church folks of World Vision for a long time. Many empirical research are available. (see World Vision-BBA report link below).

7. Mr. Satyarthi’s journey of working with Western Governments goes way back. He has been working with Western Politicians, Christian NGOs for almost 3 decades now.

8. In 1995, Kailash Satyarthi got Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award.

9. A year later, in 1996, Kailash Satyarthi took his then 10 year old daughter Miss Asmita Satyarthi as a Witness and to testify against India before USA Congressional hearing on child labor. US Government uses Witness of Congressional hearing and their testimonies for economic sanctions against developing countries like India.

10. This Congressional hearing was chaired by Congressman Joeseph Kennedy.

11. Joeseph Kennedy’s sister Kerry Kennedy was the president of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights which awarded Kailash Satyarthi in the previous year- 1995.

12. Many Senators including the very influential Tom Harkin, and others in the US and West in general, have closely worked with not only Kailash Satyarthi but his daughter Asmita as well.

Once you read and analyze and contemplate all this info, dots will connect…….. (to make a sense!)
Twitlonger link where above sources are posted:

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