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Home Ministry cancels FCRA licenses of five prominent NGOs

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New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has revoked the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) licenses of five prominent non-governmental organizations (NGOs) following a thorough review process.

The affected NGOs include the CNI Synodical Board of Social Service (CNI-SBSS), Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI), Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), Church Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA), and Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFOI).

The CNI-SBSS, affiliated with the Church of North India, has been actively involved in social service initiatives, while VHAI has been advocating for public health policies and programs nationwide.

IGSSS, recognized for its humanitarian endeavors, has been dedicated to empowering marginalized communities. Similarly, CASA, the social development arm of the National Council of Churches in India, has been addressing various social issues.

EFOI, an association of evangelical Christians, has been promoting Christian unity and social justice.

The MHA's decision to cancel the FCRA licenses underscores the government's commitment to promoting transparency and accountability in the utilization of foreign funds by NGOs operating in India.

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