From DECCAN CHRONICLE published May 30, 2011
It seems nothing is going in favour of ISKCON Bengaluru. To start with, the High Court of Karnataka had ruled that the entire property of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Bengaluru, belongs to ISKCON Mumbai. Now, ISKCON Bengaluru has to deal with hate messages from unknown miscreants[?]. The head of the communications and public relations cell of ISKCON Bengaluru, Bharatharashabha das, has sought the help of cyber police to block the websites that are misleading [informing] the public and painting a negative [real] picture of ISKCON’s initiatives and programmes. Mr. Das wanted the police to block the following websites:
A cyber crime officer who is investigating the case said that the case has been booked under the IT Act. He said that Mr. Das claims that unidentified elements want to “mislead [inform] the general public and paint a negative [realistic] picture about the initiatives and programmes taken under the leadership of Madhu PBandita das.” Going by the names of the websites, the intention seems to be to propagate hate and vilify the leader of ISKCON Bengaluru and Akshaypatra, Mr. Das claims.
The officer says “the misleading propaganda unleashed through a series of websites seems to have been floated by one single group.” “The case is under investigation and we are in the process of tracing those who have created these websites. We have also requested the concerned IP provider to block these websites following the complaint,” the investigating officer added.
Original story from Deccan Chronicle
Editors comments. We want to thank Madhu Pandit Dasa for increasing traffic to these sites by publicizing them in the media.