WBO leader Sanjoy under intelligence eyes
Source: Hueiyen News Service
Imphal, April 09 2011:
Sanjoy Barua, the general secretary of a New York based World Barua Organisation (WBO) is under the Indian intelligence scanner in connection with anti-Indian activities during UNHRC sessions in Geneva.
An intelligence report said the organisation founded in June 2010, has been active in bringing people from North-Eastern states of India to participate in Pakistan supported anti-India activities including raising the issues of alleged human rights violations by the Indian security forces in NE parts of the country, rights of indigenous people of the region (NER) and issues relating to Dalit, etc., during different sessions of the UNHRC at Geneva.
"It is also learnt that anti-India activities of Barua are funded by Pakistan intelligence agencies.
He is also reported to be in touch with the officials of the Chinese mission in Geneva with might get an opportunity of utilize him for further their interests in the North Eastern states of India especially Arunachal Pradesh," the source said.
Intelligence agencies in New Delhi are tying with state intelligence agencies in conducting a discreet enquiry in this regard from "CI angle", the source maintained.
The WBO is an independent organization that seeks a pathway forward for all Barua regardless of government, political or ideological creed, according to website of the organisation.
As an apolitical organization it does not support or oppose any government or political system, nor does it support or oppose the views of its members whose rights it seeks to have protected.
It is concerned solely with the impartial protection of human rights, it added.
The vision of the WBO is to enable all Barua people settling in different parts of India and its neighbouring states like Myanmar, Bangladesh to experience the freedom to enjoy their world view of the three refuges of Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha; the tenets of their culture, their customs and traditions, their heritage; should that be their choice.
The WBO is a forum of support to those who are committed to upholding the rights of all people, to equality of opportunity allowing them to become involved in local, regional and national decision making processes so policies and programs worldwide reflect diverse views and are inclusive of many Barua have immigrated to countries beyond Asia thus there is a need to address suitability and access when establishing an international office.
The international Headquarters of the WBO is located in the State of Geneva, Switzerland.
The association is a non-profit association governed by the present statutes and, secondarily, by Articles 60 et seq.
of the Swiss Civil Code.