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NCHT(UK) Helps British Hindu Yogini to get Justice

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In 21st Century Britain ..

after 27 years of living in Normans Bay, Sussex, Sheila Jacklin became the target of a sustained campaign of harrassment by her new neighbours, by the local Police and even by the Crown Prosecution Service for almost 2 years and one would naturally wonder why..

 .. for the crime of doing traditional Yoga on the beach in front of her own house .. supposedly.

'This has been a sustained campaign of racial and religiously motivated harassment of my family by our neighbours and Sussex Police. 'This should never have come to court. I told the police it was to do with my Indian heritage and my yogic prayers. It's been a total attack on Hinduism and highly offensive to call my Mudra (hand movements) an 'F-you' gesture.'

The question everyone is asking though is this,

if PAUL LAMB, the Crown Prosecution Service lawyer

had no evidence to present in front of the Judges,

Why did it take the best part of 2 years to realise this?


The whole family is finally free of the fear of an unjust criminal conviction and are determined to ensure that their prolonged suffering at the hands of the Sussex Police and Crown Prosecution Service is never inflicted upon other wholly innocent British citizens, especially those of a peaceful minority religion and race.


As the principle national Hindu religious body, the NCHT(UK) were approached by the Jacklins for pastoral and spiritual support and advice regarding defending the preposterous allegations. The Crown Prosecution Service had secured the services of a "Yoga teacher", also not of Indian origin,  to challenge the use of Mudra's as a part of Yoga practice. We provided expert witness testimony as to the purpose of Mudra's and offerred a critique of the CPS's "evidence" highlighting its gross inadequacies. Our General Secretary Pt Satish K Sharma was at the side of the family in Hastings Law Court prepared to present this evidence but on the day, the CPS's expert witness failed to attend, the CPS "chose" not to present any evidence and the case was thrown out after only a few minutes of deliberation by the Justices.

  • Sussex Police said: 'The prosecution had been authorised by the CPS. We are not in a position to comment further.'
  • The neighbours Dr Duckett and Miss Betjemann. who started this whole charade attended Court but remained absent from the hearing, were not available for comment.

What was truly shocking was that even after having had the case thrown out due to no evidence, the Crown Prosecution Service approached the Bench and requested that Sheila Jacklin be subjected to a restraining order... again the Justices promptly refused. The question remains... what is wrong with the leadership of the Sussex Police and the Crown Prosecution Service? We received the following very kind letter from the Jacklin Family.

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Our initial letter to the Crown Prosecution service should have made the position clear to the lawyers but they still pressed forward to a hearing, at which we presented expert witness evidence which we will be publishing at a later date for use by future defendants if necessary. ncht2jkln page 001



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The text of the Jacklins' letter :-


Nigel and Sheila Jacklin

24th October 2019

To:- The Trustees and members of the NCHT(UK)

We are writing to express our heartfelt gratitude for all the support provided by Pandit Shri Satish K Sharma and the National Council of Hindu Temples UK in relation to Mrs Jacklin’s recent court case. This support, both pastoral and through the provision of expert witness testimony, has helped us through a very difficult time.

We were advised to contact you by Swami Ambikananda of the Traditional Yoga Association after Sheila had been charged with harassment by Sussex Police in April this year. The allegations were that her daily Hindu Yoga Prayers were causing harassment to our weekender neighbour whose main residence is in London. Sheila had already been interviewed on the basis of the same allegations last August; the investigating officer immediately recognised her Yoga practices and no further action was taken. We were, therefore, shocked when the neighbour (who has a senior position in an Arts Council funded charity) made the same complaints again. We were flabbergasted that Sussex Police chose to investigate these allegations despite the fact that our request for mediation with the neighbour had finally been agreed to with mediation being in progress. We wrote to the Chief Constable of Sussex Police, Giles York, informing him that Sheila had the right to practice her religious observances. We also told the Chief Constable that Sussex Police were, in effect, aiding and abetting a hate crime. Despite this Sussex Police pressed charges.

When we contacted the NCHT UK Pt Sharma wrote to the Crown Prosecution Service in the strongest terms. He confirmed that “the activities described by Mrs Jacklin are a part of the devotional practices of Hindu worship and an intrinsic part of Yoga practices;” he affirmed that “our rights to perform them in the open, are protected by Article 9 of European Convention on Human Rights as adopted in the Human Rights Act 1998” and stated that “the allegations are deeply offensive to the Hindu Community.” We were extremely disappointed, therefore, that the CPS chose to continue with the case which went to trial on October 3rd. Pt Sharma attended court in Hastings alongside our family and we were relieved when the CPS offered no evidence (meaning Sheila was free to leave).

This should never have happened to Sheila and we need to make sure it does not happen to anyone else. Thank you so much for all your help,

Yours sincerely,

Sheila and Nigel Jacklin




HFB and NCHT(UK) write to Jeremy Corbyn

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 The immigrant British Hindu community,

a peaceful minority fully integrated in the country they view as home,

a community which has less members in Prison

than there are MP's in Parliament

 is being vilified as "Fascist" and somehow the perpetrator of "Killing Fields"

on the streets of Jeremy Corbyns, Keith Vaz's, Jon Ashworth's Labour controlled



How is this possible?

Was this "Anti-Hindu Hate Campaign" simply

to drive through the Anti-India Kashmir Resolution ?


 "For the many and not the few ...

and not the Hindu and not the Jew?"


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The text of the letter :-


Hindu Forum Britain
Proud to be British Proud to be Hindu
Rt Hon. Jeremy Corbyn

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
10th October 2019


Dear Mr Corbyn,
Re: Labour Party Motion – Jammu & Kashmir 2019-
We write to you on a very serious issue affecting the diaspora of the Indian sub-continent living in the United
Kingdom. It has come to our attention that the Labour Party has passed a motion requiring the Labour
Leadership to escalate the issue of Jammu and Kashmir to the United Nations, a resolution which on
investigation is clearly seen to be biased against India, completely un-evidenced and wholly lacking in truth. We
are dismayed that Her Majesty’s Official Opposition has been so cavalier with the truth and has used its position
within our diverse democracy to become the de-facto mouthpiece for Pakistan.
We will not repeat the facts about Jammu and Kashmir, they are well documented and totally in favour of India.
Jammu and Kashmir are integral to India, a fact that has been accepted by all democratic nations, as has the
concept that any issues related to it remains in the arena of India alone.
We fear the disgraceful underhanded methods used by the Labour Party to put this motion to the floor of the
Conference, and have it passed, shows the utter contempt you have for India and Indians. Indeed, it has come to
our notice that the Pakistani members of the Labour Party seemed to be fully aware of the J&K Motion, whereas
the Indian members of the Labour Party appear to have been kept in the dark. This Labour Party internal
apartheid is abhorrent, and we condemn it for what it is, an exhibition of anti-Indian racism.
It is now becoming apparent over the past few years that you and the Labour Party were becoming anti-Hindu
and anti-India and unconditionally pro Pakistan. Appeasing to the Pakistani vote bank will have serious
consequences. It is astonishing that the Labour Party is now openly in support of Pakistan, which in the words
of Virendra Sharma MP in the House of Commons, is a state which harbours terrorists and supports terrorism.
By extension you and the Labour party are also supporting these activities and becoming perilously close to
becoming direct supporters of Islamist terror organisations such as Al Qaeda and ISIS, which in the words of
Imran Khan, were trained and supported by Pakistan.
The actions of the Labour Party have had a serious impact on all Indians in the UK. There is now a real fear for
the well-being and safety of British Indians in the UK. By promoting the Pakistani pro-terrorist narrative, the
Labour Party has endorsed their violent tendencies here in the UK. A graphic exhibition of this was witnessed
by all on the 15th August 2019 outside the High Commission of India in London. The Pakistani hooligans
inflicted a hate and terror attack upon the peaceful Indian community who were there celebrating India’s
Independence Day (our elders. women and children WERE terrified). It should have been a day of joy for
everyone, when we celebrate the sacrifices of the Indian martyrs in securing Independence, and how India and
the UK have forged a positive relationship for a brighter future.
The Labour Party has however given a green light to the extremist elements in society. Today they attack
Indians and Hindus, tomorrow the very same people will attack other minorities and then the majority. You have
planted and nurtured the seeds of intercommunity friction, and act of evil and if left unchecked, its consequences
to the UK will be dire.

The Labour Party has already alienated itself by its racist antisemitic behaviour. You have now added to that list
the vile prejudice of anti-Indian sentiment, anti-Hindu, that we condemn without qualification.
Since the resolution was passed we have seen no actions nor official statements from the NEC even suggesting a
criticism of the resolution and we must therefore assume that it has the blessing of the NEC and is now official
Labour party policy. The "charm offensive" being conducted by Keith and Valerie Vaz, by Varinder Sharma
and Barry Gardiner are deemed to be crocodile tears; their support for the resolution was clearly established by
their refusal to question it prior to the Conference and their refusal to speak against it at the Conference. The
message has been clearly received by us.
On behalf of our British Hindu community, we ask you to:
1. Condemn and reverse the said motion immediately.
2. Initiate an independent investigation as to how such a racist, un-evidenced and anti-India motion was allowed
to be presented to the floor of the conference.
3. Issue a full and unequivocal apology to the Indian community in the UK.
4. Initiate a more wide-ranging investigation in the Labour Party for it’s anti-India and anti-Hindu practices.
For the avoidance of doubt, please be assured that our community has taken this matter very seriously. In
complete accordance with the position of the Indian Government, many of our Hindu organisations are already
dis-inviting Labour politicians from our religious premises and festivals, the HFB have already stated that it will
be neither inviting nor welcoming any Labour Parliamentarians to our annual "Diwali in Parliament" event and
this policy was already implemented at the first Diwali celebrations at the Scottish Parliament on 8th October .
We are now seeing this distancing becoming a national phenomenon, affecting Labour Councillors as well.
We do expect you to take note of this letter, to take action as a result of this letter and should you wish to
facilitate a meeting with our team, we would welcome the opportunity of bringing the matter of the indigenous
Kashmiri Hindus, who have been the subject of ‘7 Pakistan instigated pogroms‘ to expel them from their
homeland, prior to the Labour party becoming such a stalwart defender of the Human Rights of the current
squatters of Kashmir.
We look forward to hearing from you as a matter of urgency.
Yours sincerely

Mrs Trupti Patel FCIHT, MSc. H &T, BEng (CE ),
President , Hindu Forum of Britain

Satish K Sharma B.Sc. (Hons) Econ MBCS FRSA
General Secretary, National Council of Hindu Temples (UK)
Chair, British Board of Dharmic Scholars




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NCHT(UK) Response to the Caste Consultation Decision

NCHT(UK) welcomes the Governments conclusion and the proposed course of action, regarding the issue of “Caste Discrimination” Legislation.

The Government has decided to repeal the duty that currently appears in section 9 (5) (a) of the Equality Act 2010, which requires Government to take action to include caste as an aspect of race for the purposes of the Act. The decision to rely on emerging case-law renders that duty redundant and we will identify the most suitable legislative vehicle that can be used to repeal it at an early opportunity. In doing so the Government will be effectively reversing the harm caused by the Lord Harries amendment and the first step towards restoring community cohesion and tranquillity will have been taken. The harm done to Interfaith and especially Hindu Christian relations, will take significantly longer.

On the 4th March 2013 Parliament was advised by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, supported by other members of the House of Lords that 480,000 British subjects were being discriminated against on a daily basis by British Hindus. Parliamentarians were informed that 400 “community leaders” were waiting outside Parliament desperate for justice. Parliamentarians were advised that the NIESR report was adequate, comprehensive and “unequivocal”. The Equalities and Human Rights Commission published its preferred outcome on its website BEFORE any adequate consultation and the Labour Party used a 3 line whip to ensure that the legislation was passed. 

The Government under PM Cameron was the only body which was open to consider evidence from the British Hindu, Sikh and Jain communities. For 5 and a half years volunteers of the British Hindu community conducted their own rigorous research, attempted to engage directly with all conceivably “low caste” groups, and consulted with their Temple communities.  The “scholarly” works produced by Dr Dhanda and her colleagues were scrutinised and found to be so inadequate and internally inconsistent as to be little more than atrocity literature or superior grade propaganda. The NIESR report was found to be woefully inadequate and confirmed as unsuitable by the authors.

After five and a half years of process the Government has revealed the following facts.

  • ·  There is no trace of Lord Harries’ 480,000 Dalits and 400 community leaders, in fact after 5.5 years of lobbying, the respondents supporting Lord Harries’ claims number no more than 2,885 out of a national population of over 850,000
  • ·  The Government stated that “..we are not aware from any of the research into caste discrimination by NIESR and others, of discrimination between such sub-groups or sub-castes being a real-life issue”
  • ·  There were only two possible outcomes and that those parties recommending a third option were inadequately informed “The Government did not propose this course of action as an option and we do not wish to pursue it. It is not clear how it would work in legislative terms, not least because it would not fit with the normal approach to anti-discrimination law, which is inclusive rather than exclusive in its treatment of grounds for claiming unfair treatment. It could also result in the Government being in breach of its international legal obligations.”

 There is undisputed evidence that the Church of England desired a prejudiced outcome, the EHRC desired a prejudiced outcome, the Labour Party desired a prejudiced outcome, the Liberal Democrats Party desired a prejudiced outcome, the supposedly independent researchers appointed by the EHRC had also already placed on record their prejudiced outcome. Even the National Secular Society desired a prejudiced outcome. All of them already knew what was good for the British Hindu community, without evidence, consultation or reliable research. This is the very definition of institutionalised prejudice against the British Hindu community.

The British Hindu community is recognising this as undisguised religious and racial prejudice as defined in the Oxford English Dictionary “Dislike, hostility, or unjust behaviour deriving from preconceived and unfounded opinions. Preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience.” For example ‘English prejudice against foreigners’

The Government report states that “At the beginning of the consultation the Government made it clear that it had no preferred or expected outcome.” The British Hindu community has every reason to be grateful to the Government for being resolutely neutral but open.

The Home Office has provided guidance upon Hate Crimes and Hate Speech in their report published in 2016 stated “Hate crimes are pernicious; they send the message that some people deserve to be targeted solely because of who they are or who they are believed to be…..” The Hindu community were clearly targeted by the above institutions and individuals; their actions sent out the message that British Hindus deserve to be targeted and punished because they are inflicting discrimination upon the vulnerable disadvantaged members of their community – evidence not required. Now that a full consutation and genuine evidence gathering has been done, a review of the 5 year old debate in the House of Lords makes for harrowing viewing. (The House of Lords Debate)

The NCHTUK produced their seminal Caste report available free for download from our website, and published multiple detailed videos on the issue. We established links with the Sikh and Jan communities and working very closely with the HFB, amongst other groups and together managed to encourage over 8,000 British Hindus to respond.

We still assert that the continuing use of the term “Caste” with reference to the Hindu community, is a perpetuation of the colonial use of this term to falsely denigrate and divide the Hindu community in order to facilitate the evangelical conversion activities of the Anglican Church. We have provided extensive evidence of this in our submission to Parliamentarians and this is available in our publication “Caste, Conversion and a Thoroughly Colonial Conspiracy”.

The British Hindu community will now need to take stock of the fact that in the Britain of the 21st century, they had been targeted by institutionally sanctioned hate speech, they were found guilty without evidence in a manner reminiscent of colonial times and required to expend 5.5 years of valuable volunteer, valued on a chargeable basis in the millions of pounds, time in order to provide evidence and to prove their innocence. With this decision Hindu temples, the Hindu Forum of Britain and the NCHT(UK) can turn their attention to dissolving caste consciousness entirely, thereby reversing the destructive impact of Lord Harrie's corrosive intervention. 

The NCHT(UK) and HFB will be publishing their report on the events of the last few years in a few weeks but would like to place on record their appreciation for the clear and reliable legal advice provided by partner Bernardine Adkins and her team at Gowlings and express our warm affection and gratitude to every Hindu who studied the legalities and still stepped forward to complete the consultation forms in the recommended manner. Our thanks also go to Hon Bob Blackman MP, Chair of the APPG for British Hindus and the Hindu Parliamentarians and community leaders, who stepped forward to teach the community about Parliamentary processes and who guided and supported our forays into the arcane waters of statutory legislation. Finally on behalf of the Hindu Temples of the UK, we are grateful to PM Rt Hon Theresa May, her Government and Secretary of State Rt Hon Sajid Javid for arriving at an entirely just conclusion.


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Hindu & Sikh organisations call the Government to account for "Hate Crime" discrimination

British Citizens have, for many years now, been able to move Parliament to enact legislation for the protection of human rights and to ensure that equality is preserved, adhered to and maintained in terms of access and remedy. As British society has evolved, Parliament has responded to ensure that these legal protections remain up-to-date and indeed relevant but of late many of Britains communities are beginning to comment that the twin sisters of British Jurisprudence, Justitia and Prudentia are no longer blind to difference nor prudent and seem to be displaying increasingly tangible bias.

The Dharmic Communities have been pressing Government for equality of access, equality of support and equality of treatment but recent developments indicate that these requests are falling on deaf ears. The NCHTUK, the HFB and the NSO have been working together to communicate to the Government that these inequalities which appear systemic are harming the minority Dharmic communities and the NSO recently presented these results, from the Sikh perspective to the Government. The concerns apply equally to the Hindu community and we are appreciative and whole heartedly supportive of the initiatives taken by Lord Singh and the NSO. The following is an extract of some of the issues raised by NSO with Government and we hope that working together we will be able to ensure greater equality for all Dharmic Communities.

                                                            Executive Summary

 Action Against Hate (July 2016) included reference to a number of government funded projects dedicated in tackling hate crime affecting Muslims and Jews. There was no reference to projects for Sikhs or any other non-Abrahamic faith group.

  • Despite the high profile ‘revenge’ attack for Lee Rigby on a Sikh dentist in Wales in 2015, and a catalogue of hate crimes against Sikhs here, and in the U.S where the first person to be killed in retribution for 9/11 was a Sikh, there is little focus on the community from government.
  • With the exception of the places of worship security fund, there has been little progress. The one initiative (with True Vision) looking to help support Hindu and Sikh victims of hate, announced in 2017, has not moved any further forwards, despite being announced a year ago.
  • ‘Prevention’ in the school setting must be inclusive of children of non-Abrahamic faiths.


This submission follows on from evidence submitted by NSO to this inquiry in January 2017.[1]

1 True Vision

Back in January 2017, we were heartened to see the government acknowledge a specific request in our submission to this very inquiry, by announcing specific funding for Hindu and Sikh communities in helping report hate crime via the police-reporting portal True Vision.[2] Despite an initial meeting with True Vision, and subsequent correspondence since, a year on the project appears to have come no further forwards.We would like the inquiry to establish the reason for the delay.


1.2 We understand True Vision is working with National Churchwatch (NC) in promoting a series of workshops talking with clergy about how to keep safe. This also involves the funding for NC to work with academics at Royal Holloway University to conduct research into anti-Christian hate. We would like a similar commitment and have established links with academics, who are already conducting research into the post 9/11 backlash Sikhs face and would be able to assist.We would like to see government funding commitment to support such research efforts.


1.3 We are aware of the publication of forthcoming Routledge academic volume titled: Racialization, Islamophobia and Mistaken Identity: The Sikh Experience.[3] This is being co-authored by Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal from the University of Birmingham and journalist Hardeep Singh, who is an officer in the NSO.

2Religious literacy

Much of the hatred directed at Sikhs is down to ignorance about Sikhism and Sikh articles of faith. This is why Sikhs and other non-Muslims are being recorded as victims of ‘Islamophobic hate crime’ by forces like the MET police. The figures we’ve obtained via FOI from the MET show that 25% of victims of so called ‘Islamophobic hate crime’ in 2016 are non-Muslims, and for the previous year the figure is 28%.S ome recent research on non-Muslim victims of Islamophobia (which includes Sikhs) by Professor Peter Hopkins from the University of Newcastle recommends, ‘increasing understanding of ethnic, religious and cultural differences.[4]We agree with this statement and the government must ensure steps for parity for all faith groups with this in mind.


3.1Bullying in schools

 As Professor Peter Hopkins points out ‘misidentification’ occurs in public places including schools.[5]Action Against Hatestates it would tackle bullying in schools with a ‘new programme to equip teachers to facilitate conversations about ‘difficult topics’ and carry out a new assessment of the level of anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic, homophobic, racist and other bullying in schools’. This involves working with the Anne Frank Trust and Streetwise, which run educational programmes.Sikh children, (in particular thosewith patkas) must also to be considered in the context of Islamophobia. There was the case from the U.S in which a boy is filming his classmates on a bus whilst they refer to him as a ‘terrorist’.[6] The video shot in 2015 went viral, but shows how visible difference can promote prejudice. We find it peculiar that the government hasn’t extended ‘prevention’ projects to other children from ‘visible’ faith minorities. We request an urgent review of this element with input from both the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Department for Education. The government must brief project leads in the Anne Frank Trust and Streetwise on this element to encourage a more inclusive faith community approach.


25 January 2018






[5] Ibid.


[i] (2016). Hate crime action plan 2016 - GOV.UK. [online] Available at: [Accessed 7 Dec. 2017].























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