British-Indian Muslims oppose Sadhvi Rithambara's UK visit

British-Indian Muslims oppose Sadhvi Rithambara's UK visit

In a letter to Home Secretary Theresa May, Chairman of Council of Indian Muslims-UK Mohammad Munaf Zeena said that in June 2007, when Sadhvi first visited Britain, the then Home Secretary Jacqui Smith had not paid attention to his request to keep an eye on her.
During her visit she reportedly collected around 78,000 pounds for her ''notorious activities,'' Zeena claimed. He requested Britain to declare all 68 persons held accused in the destruction of Babri Mosque as persona non grata and refuse visa to them.