In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim that he has a friendly relationship with Indian industrialist Gautam Adani, George Soros charged him with crony capitalism. Modi and business mogul Adani are good friends, according to Soros. Their destinies are linked. Adani Enterprises attempted to raise money on the stock market, but they were unsuccessful, he continued. Adani is accused of manipulating the stock market, and his stock dropped precipitously. He charged that PM Modi had been silent on the subject.


The same George Soros who donated $1 billion to build a university to combat climate change and Indian nationalism accused Narendra Modi of “creating a Hindu nationalist state” and claimed India had suffered its “largest and most terrifying loss.”

To influence political narratives, Soros and other networks have provided the media enormous grants worth millions of dollars. Soros’ Open Society Fund is linked to a vast network of institutions and “activists.” In the media and in court, groups connected to Soros’ OSF have been taking on the Indian government over issues like the Rafael sale, Article 370, and the CAA.

Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) and the French NGO Sherpa are supported by Soros’ OSF and have been running campaigns against ISCKON’s Akshay Patra, the Indian Sedition Laws, and helping Rohingya Muslims in India.

George Soros’ Open Society and the French NGO Sherpa are both participating in the demonstration against the French-made Rafale Deal.

Intellectuals like Harsh Mandar, Indira Jaisingh, and Amartya Sen were fostered by OSF.

The Human Rights Initiative Advisory Board of the OSF has been led by Harsh Mandar.

Even though Harsh Mandar made a loud protest against CAA and threatened to convert to Islam if CAB was approved, he is still known as Harsh Mandar today.

Harsh Mander was a member of Sonia Gandhi’s National Advisory Council, which helped draught the Communal Violence Legislation.

George Soros, the man responsible for the Arab Spring and the carnage that followed in the Middle East, has his sights set on India. Here are a couple of his evil schemes that show how his network works.

The Human Rights Legal Network (HRLN), which is supported by Soros, participated in protests against the Sedition Laws in 2018. In an effort to repeal sedition laws, HRLN collaborated with the CDRO’s coordinating organisations, PUCL, PUDR, APDR, CPDR, and APCLC.

The complaints brought by Congress about the Rafale agreement peaked around the same time. 2019 saw the Supreme Court refute the Rafale claims. The Rafale Deal was accused of corruption by the French Organization Sherpa, which is supported by George Soros’ Open Society.

George Soros’ non-profit organisation, the Open Society Foundation, submitted a petition to the Delhi High Court days before he vowed to depose Prime Minister Modi. The Modi administration’s placement of OSF on a “watch list” infuriated Soros.

By February 2020, Islamists had gathered and the Shaheen Bagh demonstration had peaked. Days before the anti-Hindu violence in Delhi, a Soros-connected charity invited people to attend the Shaheen Bagh event. Harsh Mander urged people to participate in the Shaheen Bagh protests in conjunction with his NGO Karwan-e-Mohabbat.

The “farmer protest” toolbox was unintentionally put online by Greta Thunberg in 2021. George Soros’ influence was once more made public.

And now George Soros has made it known that PM Modi will need to address questions about the Adani dispute, which have been brought up by the Left media, Congress, and various propagandists.

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