CHUNI CHAVDA’S OPEN LETTER TO SHAUN BAILEY
Dear Mr Bailey,
If you were elected mayor of London will you put stop on:-
1) Diwali, also known as Festival of Lights, celebrations at Trafalgar Square?
2) Baisakhi celebrations at Trafalgar Square?
Hindus are not a burden on the state. They are educated. They have rich culture and traditions. They are either in employment or self-employed or have their own business and employ people of various background. I do not know your background, but can you tell me how do these facts compare with members of your community?
Can you tell me how many policemen are needed for crowd control at Hindu festivals and at festivals of your community?
Tell me how many Hindus are in prison? How many people of your community are in prison? In numbers as well as percentage relative to our population.
There are a number of Hindu Mandirs (Temples) in across the UK. They are all fully financed by the Hindu community. There are also a number of Sikh Gurudwaras. They are all fully financed by the Sikh community. I believe one of the temples is mentioned in the London tourist book. Can quote similar example from your community?
Can you remind me when was the last time Hindu youths used knives and guns to kill people of London and same for your community? And when was the last time Hindus took part in riots in London and same for your community?
We, Hindus, say Namaskar when greeting fellow human beings. Namaskar means greetings from the soul within me to the soul within you. Hindus believe that the whole world is one family. How does this compare with your background?
I get the feeling you are jealous of the achievements and progress of the hard working Hindus and Sikhs. In your rage of jealousy you are forgetting that jealousy will not take you anywhere.
All you are trying to do is to divide the peace loving communities of Britain.
A NOTE FOR THE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY (MR JAMES CLEVERLY)
Shaun Bailey is not fit to be Conservative party Mayoral candidate for London.
A NOTE FOR THE PRIME MINISTER (MRS THERESA MAY)
Mind boggles when prime minister supports such people and praises them at party conference.