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Govt should initiate CBI enquiry in multi-crore temples land scandal by Dharmarth Trust: DTEA
1/23/2021 11:17:02 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT
JAMMU, Jan 23: On 54th day of the agitation and day of the 27th chain hunger strike by Dharmarth Trust employees under the banner of Dharmarth Trust Employees Association (DTEA) various wings of Dharmarth Trust employees, on Saturday asked Lt Governor to constitute Shrine Board of all temples under Dharmarth Trust at the pattern Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board and initiate CBI enquiry for multi crore temples land scandals by Dharmarth Trust management.
"We demand for constitution of a public board for all temples under Dharmarth Trust for proper and fair management as the person having control of Dharmarth Trust for the last 60 years illegally occupied and sold trust land and property for personal and political benefits," president DTEA, Vivek Bandral said.
She said it is a matter of serious concern now both sons of Dr Karan Singh namely Vikramditya Singh and Ajatshatru Singh involved in various scandals in Dharmarth Trust and even they sold the temple land to non Hindus in Kashmir and Rajouri by taking under hand deals.
They even sold the old office of Dharmarth Trust namely Shri Ranbir Bhawan at Srinagar which is a very big blunder, she said adding that the employees association is demanding from the government to take action against culprits.
Dharmarth Trust management, she added, even lifted Shri Raghunath Ji Treasury which is lying in seven big iron boxes comprising valuable gold and silver ornaments worth crores of rupees of Shri Raghunath which was a property Raghunath Ji and employees association demanding from the long time to conduct enquiry and take action against culprits but it matter of serious concern that till today no action has been taken by the concern agency. It shows that there is open Jangal Raj where nobody bothers about it, she alleged.
Refuting the remarks of Trustee on smooth working in all the temples in Jammu and Kashmir, Vivek Bandral said all the employees and Pandits in Uttar Behni, Parmandal Sudhmahadev and in Kashmir region are in protest against the misdeeds of Dharmarth Trust management.
Meanwhile, an executive body meeting also held under the chairmanship of Vivek Bandral, President of the Association, in which it has been decided that legal action will be taken against culprits involved in various temple land scandals and against those who looted offerings made by the devotees for the welfare of society.
Later, the birth anniversary of Subas Chandra Bose was also celebrated by the FFMA in which employees association members also participated and Vivek Bandral was nominated as J&K President of Mahila Wing by the FFMA.
The persons who sit on chain hunger strike today are Pt Jivan Lal, Pt Hem Raj, Pt Parshotam, Geeta Devi, Fakir Chand, Parsino Devi, Kewal, Tribhawan, Chaman Lal and Vinod Sharma.
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