I'am Shri Prakash Ji. I have been living in Russia for the past 27 years. Today I would like to make an appeal to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Honorable Vladimir Vladimirovich, I love Russia very much, and I have been living in Russia along with my family for the past 27 years. I try to help people around me to the best of my ability.
I would like to tell you all about the situation happening here. I know that people who follow me on my various social sites are more or less informed about it. I would like to gain your moral support in the light of recent events.
After the complaints of a theologian Alexander Dvorkin police officers conducted searches “Shri Prakash Dham Center for Promoting the Preservation and Development of Indian Culture”, an autonomous non-profit organization, and in the Moscow apartment of its head Shri Prakash
After a short pause, Dworkin has awoken again. On 02.11.2017 there was another attempt to scare me and my family. But this time they gave this whole process an aura of “Formality”. Employees of the Department of Internal Affairs have conducted a Checking in Ashram and in the apartment where I live with my family
In August 2015, I became aware that on the website iriney, in the section "forum.iriney", in the subsections "Anti-sectarian forum", "Pseudo -induist sects" information is spread concerning me and my activities. This information defames my honor, dignity and reputation, as well as fomenting religious intolerance and ethnic strife. In this regard, on March 24, 2016, I filed a lawsuit in the court for the protection of honor and dignity.
On March 24, a meeting took place at which Indian Interior Minister Rajnat Singh received a Russian delegation headed by Alexander Bortnikov, director of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation
On January 19, the Moscow court held a hearing on the lawsuit of Shri Prakash Ji, te president of the Center for the Promoting and Development of Indian Culture "Shri Prakash Dham", to the forum of the Russian Association of Centers for the Study of Religions and Sects (RATsIRS).