I will be responding to Ravi's further questions as time permits, probably only tomorrow.
In the meantime, I protest against your behavior, Ansuman. It is unacceptable. Despite multiple past recurrences of this pattern as well as past apologies, here we are again -- you lash out with wild and inflated accusations, generalizations, and hearsay; when challenged to provide details and references, you gradually back down and often admit your original allegations were entirely unfounded; nevertheless, you do not apologize or retract your original statements (alternatively, you somehow manage to apologize (as you do below) even as you attack indisciminately). This is precisely the behavior that had cost you my respect before, as you mentioned.
I am interested in having good faith conversations with any community member about our India strategy. As you have seen, I have responded openly and honestly to Ravi's questions about our strategy, and those of you who have had some conversations with me before can attest I speak my mind and do not keep you guessing.
I had done the same in response to your own questions previously (contrary to your assertion that I did not), but it quickly became clear you were far too bitter to be interested in actually discussing constructive ways forward. For whatever reason (perhaps a personal stake? is there some personal background you'd like to share with the community? I think so.), you are far more interested in attacking CIS and/or WMF than you are in promoting the Wikimedia mission in India and in your region and community.
I will continue to engage with those members of the community interested in having a civil and fact-based conversation. (I thank Pradeep, for example, for his calm contribution to the discussion (on-wiki, where I shall respond), even as he expresses strong crticism and skepticism of the entire engagement model.)