Scam allegation does not impact Ram Temple, receives Rs 40 lakh donation
Despite allegations about irregularity on the part of Temple Trust and allegations of land scam, the Ram Temple Trust continues to witness the flow of funds. The donation box received Rs 40 lakh so far this month.
Donation in form of cash, cheque and kind continues to pour at Ayodhya Ram Mandir Trust despite the allegation of land scam on Ram Temple Trustees by the opposition.
As per reports, the cash and cheque put together the Temple Trust has so far in June has witnessed about Rs 40 lakh collection. The temple trust office in the premises also received about Rs 20 to Rs 30 lakh so far this month.
Devotees ignore the opposition's claim of few Temple Trustees' involvements in land scam worth crores.
And offer cash, gold, silver, drafts and cheques leaves regularly.
The grand temple is being constructed under the court-appointed Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust. As per reports the trust which is authorized to check bank details of Ramlala (On Lord Ram's name) and at the temple hundi, is monitoring the donation and also is maintaining the register for account details. And on an everyday basis the trust notices donations coming to Ram Temple.
Last month the Opposition, Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and also Samajwadi Party had alleged that the temple authorities had purchased land above market value and paid Rs 18 crores. The previous owner had purchased the 1.2 hectare Bagh Bijesi land in Ayodhya only for Rs 2 crores.
However, Champat Rai, General Secretary, Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust refuted the charges and said the purchase was in a transparent manner and the trust is also in the process of rehabilitating individuals and organizations with alternate land as grand temple construction is underway.
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