PEACEFUL CONCILIATORY AGREEMENT

 

Case 25-2017: Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India)

 

PEACEFUL CONCILIATORY AGREEMENT

On March 8, 2017, in the Case on Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) presented to the International Buddhist Ethics Committee, for the Charges of COMPLICITY WITH SPIRITUAL FRAUD AND FALSE BUDDHISM, it is set on record that it was reached a “Conciliation Agreement” between the Committee’s Prosecutor – Master Yan Maitri-Shi – and the President of the accused institution – Dr Milind Jiwane – under the following facts:

  1. Regarding the DR AMBEDKAR INTERNATIONAL AWARD 2014 granted to Ronald Lloyd Spencer by the Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India), the International Buddhist Ethics Committee, by means of an Act, declared null and void the award to this individual who was judged for “Spiritual Fraud and False Buddhism”, warning about a possible “Complicity” with fraudulent activities by the institution that awarded him.
  2. The Prosecutor of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee asked the Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) to stop calling Mr. Spencer as “Maitreya Buddha”, because this fact was a violation of a sacred name within Buddhism. The institution presided over by Dr Milind Jiwane complied with this first requirement.
  3. The Prosecutor of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee asked the Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) to remove from their website any image of Mr. Spencer and any information related to this award, since this fact affected the legitimacy of the rest of the activities. The institution presided over by Dr Milind Jiwane complied with this second requirement.
  4. The Prosecutor of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee asked Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) to publicly declare the nullity of the prize wrongly awarded to Mr. Spencer. On this third requirement, the institution presided by Dr Milind Jiwane accepted that in October 2017 will be held a meeting between all its members in order to make a decision on the cancellation of the award given to Ronald Lloyd Spencer.
  5. The Presidency of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee considers that 7 months is a long time for Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) to resolve this serious ethical problem, although it agrees to offer this period in order to reach a “Peaceful Conciliation Agreement”.
  6. The Presidency of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that in the event that Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) does not cancel the award to Mr. Spencer during October 2017, then an Ethical Judgment will be held immediately about the possible “Complicity” of this institution.
  7. The Presidency of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee postpones until October 2017 the institutional membership of Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) within the UNITED BUDDHIST NATIONS ORGANIZATION, stating that once the ethical problem is resolved, they will have full access to the institutional membership.
  8. The Presidency of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee offers free advanced education to Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation Nagpur (India) in order to enable members of this institution to improve their knowledge on Buddhism, especially in Buddhist Law and Human Rights, in order to avoid future violations against the Buddhist Ethics.

 

Always with spirit of Reconciliation (Maitri),

Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha

President and Spiritual Judge of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights

 

 

 

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