Champat Rai cautions fraudsters and unethical activities in fund collection for Ram Mandir
Ayodhya Ram Mandir Trust’s general secretary Champat Rai cautioned people from posing or involving in the illegal collection of funds for the construction of the temple. On Tuesday he admonished one Rishi Bagree, who is believed to be associated with the BJP IT Cell for posting a photo with him and claiming that Rs.16 crores fund commitments were given.
After getting the caution, Rishi Bagree deleted his Tweet claiming that in one day itself he had mobilized Rs.16 crores for the construction of Ram Mandir. Admonishing him, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust’s general secretary Champat Rai said that he did not know this person at all and advised him to refrain from engaging such cheap practices. “I do not know anyone by this name personally. I have to meet many people on important topics related to temple construction, but putting misleading facts in this context on the basis of a picture is a very serious matter. Please do not make the subject of faith a matter of private publicity.” Champat Rai tweeted with the deleted controversial Tweet of Rishi Bagree, who earlier too invited controversies in social media by posting many fake things.
Expressing displeasure Champat Rai had tweeted:
इस नाम के किसी व्यक्ति को मैं निजी तौर पर नहीं जानता।
मंदिर निर्माण से जुड़े महत्वपूर्ण विषयों पर मेरा अनेकों लोगों से मिलना होता है, पर एक चलचित्र के आधार पर इस संदर्भ में भ्रामक तथ्य डालना बेहद गंभीर विषय है।
कृपया आस्था से जुड़े विषय को निजी प्रचार का विषय ना बनाएँ। pic.twitter.com/KxHdSVTXbo
— Champat Rai (@ChampatRaiVHP) December 22, 2020
Later, on Wednesday, Champat Rai also tweeted the bank account details of the Trust seeking donation for the construction of Ram Mandir.
You may contribute to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra for the construction of a Bhavya & Divya Mandir at the Janmbhoomi of Bhagwaan Shri Ram. Details: pic.twitter.com/7ytw693YVk
— Champat Rai (@ChampatRaiVHP) December 23, 2020
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