Help the Poor and Mistreated

The current initiatives are:

- 1st Initiative: Helping Those Who Have Been Mistreated By the Legal System
- 2nd Initiative: Fighting Against Parental Alienation
- 3rd Initiative: Improving Mental Health Services
- 4th Initiative: Funding to Help Mistreated, Hardworking Underprivileged Excel
- 5th Initiative: Support for Victims of Childhood Emotional, Sexual, and/or Physical Abuse

The current projects include:

The Ashiqur Rahman Innocence Project

This project is about exonerating both Jane Gomes and Ashiqur Rahman. It is our belief that Mr. Rahman is innocent of the charges for which he was indicted in 2012 that he was abusive and killed his infant daughter, Aurora. Aurora was seven weeks old when she died at the IWK Health Centre in July 2009. Mr. Rahman served a prison term of 6.5 years and was subsequently deported back to his home country of Bangladesh. We are also of the belief that Ms. Gomes had postpartum depression and thus had insensitivity issues resulting in the abuse not being reported at once.

Follow this link  to check out and 'Like' the Ashiqur Rahman Innocence Bus Facebook Page. We will be updating this page regularly with posts about any progress or further info with respect to this matter.

This project is also about helping to ensure the right people are tried and convicted.

Funding is required to help pay for a private investigation firm.

25% of donations $10,000 and under will go to this project.

The June 24, 2019 Arjuna Ghose NCR Trial Project

Arjuna Ghose, due to not having deep enough pockets and discrimination, has been a victim of the legal system since 2012. Unless he is able to help his daughter (now 15) get into counseling--which he would only be able to do if she agreed--before she turns 18, his relationship with his daughter may be permanently tarnished for life.

In late June 2019, Arjuna Ghose will be taking psychiatrists to court in what is called an NCR (Not Criminally Responsible) Trial, one of the few ways to actually challenge an opinion of a psychiatrist.

Mr. Ghose will be unable to have any legitimate argument before the court unless he is able to acquire a second psychiatric opinion. This second opinion must be filed with the court at least one month before the date of the trial (June 24, 2019).

If Mr. Ghose loses this trial, he will not be able to help his daughter through the Family Court and he will be forced to go on an anti-psychotic medication. If he refuses, he will be forced to stay at the East Coast Forensic Hospital, further alienating him against his child.

Funding is required for Mr. Ghose to pay for a second psychiatric opinion and for any legal fees in the event of a lawsuit against certain parties such as the Nova Scotia Health Authority.

Mr. Ghose will NOT be able to help his daughter through the Family Court--the only way to help her properly understand that there was a problem and that she may benefit from counseling--unless he is able to acquire a second opinion before May 24, 2019.

55% of donations $10,000 and under will go to this project.

The remaining 20% of donations $10,000 and under will be reserved to provide funding for any other (yet to be established) projects within the five (5) above initiatives as well as towards any legal fees to help establish Aum~Mission as a not-for-profit corporation.

The percentage of distributed donations designated to each project or initiative will be adjusted if/after more than $10,000 is raised.

For more information, please visit the Aum~Mission website.


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Arjuna Ghose 
Halifax, NS
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