An Open Letter to Jairam Ramesh
Dear Sri Jairam Ramesh –
First off, thank you for giving free publicity to our website PGurus.com. As they say in Hollywood, any publicity is good publicity. Your allegations has boosted traffic to the site and the readers will form their opinion on what the content is all about.
A few days back you raised some allegations about me and our website PGurus.com. I came to know from your Press Conference that you consider me:
a Modi Bhakt, who attended his meetings in the Silicon Valley
funded by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS),
a friend of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Sri S Gurumurthy and Prof R Vaidyanathan.
For the record, I did attend Shri Modi’s meeting at Facebook headquarters and tweeted about it. I did not have the pleasure of meeting him or shaking his hand or even make eye contact.
I have a lot of admiration for the RSS, which is the world’s biggest Non-Government Organization (NGO). They are usually the first to arrive at a national disaster site, setup camps, provide basic sanitation, food, shelter and clothing as needed and do all this with no expectations. This is just one among many of the things they do. In my opinion it is unfair to drag their name into this. You could have checked with me before alleging that they are funding PGurus.
You are placing me in the company of some very highly accomplished individuals and I am thrilled and honoured to be mentioned in the same line as them.
In future, if you are going to make allegations against our site, may I request you to please check with us before doing so? And thanks in advance to all the media publications and TV channels for publishing this response. An electronic copy of this letter can be downloaded by clicking on this link.
cc: Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Sri S Gurumurthy, Prof R Vaidyanathan
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