Letters to the Editor...
There is a growing number of "passport
weddings" where Indians living in India
seek matrimony with non resident Indians
(NRI) holding American and Canadian
citizenships. Once they get their foreign
passports, arrive on the desired foreign
soil , many of these "con artists" resort
to tactics that extract more "dollars" from
the (NRI) family they married into with the
males trying to extract more dowry and the
females crying false allegations of dowry
We are planning to start a non-profit NRI
organization against dowry related
atrocities of NRI grooms and their family
and friends in India.
False Dowry complaint has become a racket
in India to extract large sum of money from
NRI. There are thousands of people are
suffering in US alone. The Indian justice
system is still blindfolded and these cases
go for trial for years without any
evidences and witnesses.
We hate dowry and dowry system in Indian
society. Dowy system should be abolished.
But, we are against the abuse of Dowry
system by Indian women to extract large sum
of money from NRIs. We are against
harrassment by Indian police and justice
system to the friends and families of NRI's
in India without any evidence and
witnesses. It has become a racket in India.
Salient point of this organization will
1. Help abolish Dowry system in India.
2. Changes in Dowry related laws in India
to protect innocent families and NRIs
3. Prosecution for filing false dowry
We are in a process to form an non-profit
NRI organization in United States.
Currently, the group include high profile
people around the globe. If you want to
become member, help in forming the
organization or want help please contact
with details. You details will be kept
Please email in full confidentiality:
This month's letters:
Grading, 10/29/02, by Kevin Van Winkle.
Beware STRS "disability protection", 10/26/02, by Susan.
Being attacked, 10/25/02, by Gemma.
Children's Mental Health, 10/23/02, by Christine E. Walker, Editor.
Passport abuse, 10/22/02, by Joseph.
Children's Internet Guide, 10/07/02, by Deanna Phillips.