SAHI, an organization with a history of hateful campaigns against Hindus and India, recently posted a statement on their Facebook page, condemning the Association of Indian Universities for inviting Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev to their 2020 Chancellors Meeting and demanding that it desist.
The statement accused, without evidence, that “Sadguru has advocated for VIOLENT extra-judicial action against dissidents and supported FASCIST measures taken by the Indian Government”. Sadguru Jaggi is a well-known Indian yogi and author of several books, including Inner Engineering, A Yogi’s Guide to Joy (2016). He has addressed the United Nation’s Millennium World Peace Summit, the House of Lords in the UK, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the International Institute for Management Development. He has also spoken at the annual World Economic Forum in 2007, 2017, and 2020. He is also the recipient of the Padma Vibhusan, India’s second-highest civilian award, from the Government of India for his contributions to social welfare.
SAHI is a student organization with an established anti-Hindu and anti-India agenda. It counts Audrey Truschke, an inveterate Hindudveshi, among its team of advisors.