In the letter, a copy of which has been sent to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Ayodhya District Magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha, Das alleged that an organisation formed by Mahant Janmejay Sharan of Janki Ghat, and several other such outfits had been cheating the devotees of Hindu deity Ram.
In a letter to the UP State Law Commission, VHP working president Alok Kumar stated that while they support the aim to stabilise the population by promoting two-child norm, sections 5, 6(2) and 7 of the draft Bill that incentivise public servants and others to have only one child “go well beyond the said objects”.
The draft Bill, on which suggestions have been invited from the public until July 19, proposes to bar people with more than two children from contesting local bodies elections, applying for government jobs, and receiving any kind of government subsidy.
While the Opposition SP and Congress accused the ruling party of indulging in violence and misusing official machinery, the BJP denied the charge, and claimed to have won 276 of the 825 block pramukh posts unopposed.
On March 18, according to the legal documents, the trust had purchased a 1.208 hectares plot for Rs 18.5 crore from property dealers Sultan Ansari and Ravi Mohan Tiwari, who in turn had purchased it from landowners Harish Pathak and Kusum Pathak for Rs 2 crore the same day.
On March 18, the Trust purchased the larger plot, 1.208 hectares, for Rs 18.5 crore from Sultan Ansari and property dealer Ravi Mohan Tiwari, who in turn had purchased it from the Pathaks for Rs 2 crore.
This a day after Trust general secretary Champat Rai said that the land was purchased at the rate of Rs 1,423 per sqft, “much less than the market price of nearby area” and the payment was made through the bank.
Defending its purchase of a piece of land in Ayodhya for Rs 18.5 crore, alleged at an inflated rate, Ram Janmabhoomi Kshetra Trust general secretary Champat Rai on Monday said the deal was “transparent” and those making the allegations are trying to create confusion in the society.
AAP’s Sanjay Singh claimed the stamp papers for the first purchase were bought at 5.11 pm, and for the second at 5.22 pm. He demanded this be probed by the CBI or ED as it concerns religious beliefs of crores of people.
In his letter to the PM, Brijesh Kumar Prajapati, the BJP MLA from Tindwari, alleged that the university issued two separate advertisements to fill 40 vacant posts for professors, associate professors and assistant professors with a “devious” attempt to “conduct serious irregularities in reservation”.
Agra District Magistrate Prabhu Narain Singh confirmed that the person in the video clip was the hospital owner, Dr Arinjay Jain. The incident is reported to have occurred on the morning of April 26, and the video was made on April 28.