Soli Sorabjee, former attorney general of India dies due to COVID-19 at the age of 91 in Delhi, India
Born into a Zoroastrian family, he married Zena Sorabjee, a Baha’i. He did not accept Baha'ism for his whole life. The Apex organisation of the Baha'i Faith, the Universal House of Justice was aware of the influence and power which Soli Sorabjee yielded with the Government of India. The House of Justice was aware that a non-Baha'i - Soli Sorabjee, is more helpful to them than a Baha'i one. So, they never insisted on his being converted to the Baha'i Faith. Once he became old, sick and useless, the UHJ asked his wife Zena Sorabjee to resign from the National Spiritual Assembly of India, on which she was duly elected that year.
Soli Sorabjee assisted the Baha'is with major projects like the construction of the Baha'i Lotus Temple in Delhi.
He was also a major point of contact for the Baha'is to get their works done with the Indian government. His influence was used by the Baha'is to get the huge piece of land from Delhi authorities. He also helped Lotus temple trustees when they were accused of "document forgery" and "embezzling funds". They have used him in all possible ways for the overall benefit of the Baha'i faith in India.
Soli used to make fun of the Baha'is when he used to hear that there are 3 to 4 million Baha'is in the world! He used to say, "You say 3 million, or 4 million, or better you say, you don't know the number! You cannot fool the intelligent people."
Today, the UHJ is playing the same game with his daughter Zia Mody. Zia an imminent lawyer is handling all legal matters of the Baha'i organisation, free of cost! She also donates huge amounts to the Baha'i administration, in return she receives a letter from the Universal House of Justice that they will pray at the threshold of the Shrines! All missionary activities of the Baha'is in India is carried out with Zia’s contributions to various Baha'i funds.
What Soli Sorabjee received from the Baha’is?
There will be memorial meetings at the Baha'i Centers in various cities. Soli Sorabjee will be remembered as a friend of the faith, but he will be listed among the influential persons who have converted to the Baha'ism!
These kinds of personalities are always regarded as Baha'is after their death! Don't forget the Queen of Romania who remained a devout Christian until her death but is counted among the "influential Baha'is" due to her connection with the Baha'is!
The Baha'i organization is nothing but a group of full-time hypocrites.