Ordered to investigate financial irregularities in Badrinath Kedarnath Temple Committee Bktc, complaints against Congress leader Ganesh Godiyal

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The complaint of financial irregularities to the Badrinath Kedarnath Temple Committee (BKTC) between 2012 and 2017 has reached the Chief Secretary, Dr. SS Sandhu. Currently, on the allegations made by BKTC member Ashutosh Dimri about the former chairman of the committee, Ganesh Godiyal, the cabinet minister, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, has ordered the chief secretary to conduct an investigation.

Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, has alleged financial irregularities during the tenure of Ganesh Godiyal, who was president of BKTC from 2012 to 2017. Dimri had sent a letter of complaint to the minister in charge of Chamoli district, the Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, demanding an investigation. Based on the complaint of the BKTC member, orders have been written to the Chief Secretary of the responsible minister to conduct an investigation.

Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered millions of God’s treasure. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee.

At the same time, in 2015 a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered billions of God’s treasury. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee.

At the same time, in 2015 a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered billions of God’s treasury. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee. In 2015, a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. That he was not under the temple committee itself. In the construction of this temple works were made without tender.

15 lakhs were spent on this. During the term of the then president, many hirings have also been made without permission. There has also been a major break in the Prasad laddus of Badrinath ji. The work of Badrish Laddu of Chawlai has been given without tender. In response to a complaint from BKTC member Dimri, the responsible minister, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, has sent a letter to the chief secretary and ordered an investigation.

Read also … Weather update: 21 Chamoli roads, including the closed Badrinath highway, are likely to have heavy rainfall in some Garhwal-Kumaon districts

I don’t mind taking the test. Also five years ago there was an investigation in which nothing was found. There is a demand from the Chief Minister that allegations made against me and corruption in the co-operative department should be investigated by a retired judge or a Vidhan Sabha committee. The complainant, instead of complaining to the department councilor, has sent a complaint to another councilor.
-Ganesh Godiyal, former president, BKTC

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The complaint of financial irregularities to the Badrinath Kedarnath Temple Committee (BKTC) between 2012 and 2017 has reached the Chief Secretary, Dr. SS Sandhu. Currently, on the allegations made by BKTC member Ashutosh Dimri about the former chairman of the committee, Ganesh Godiyal, the cabinet minister, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, has ordered the chief secretary to conduct an investigation.

Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, has alleged financial irregularities during the tenure of Ganesh Godiyal, who was president of BKTC from 2012 to 2017. Dimri had sent a letter of complaint to the minister in charge of Chamoli district, the Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, demanding an investigation. Based on the complaint of the BKTC member, orders have been written to the Chief Secretary of the responsible minister to conduct an investigation.

Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered millions of God’s treasure. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee.

At the same time, in 2015 a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered billions of God’s treasury. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee.

At the same time, in 2015 a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. Ashutosh Dimri, a member of the temple committee, alleges that the then chairman of the Badrinath Kedarnath temple committee, openly violating the 1939 Temple Law, plundered billions of God’s treasury. In 2015 a road was made in Tehri district with money from the temple committee. In 2015, a pagoda located in Pokhari was rebuilt. That he was not under the temple committee itself. In the construction of this temple works were made without tender.

15 lakhs were spent on this. During the term of the then president, many hirings have also been made without permission. There has also been a major break in the Prasad laddus of Badrinath ji. The work of Badrish Laddu of Chawlai has been given without tender. Faced with a complaint from BKTC member Dimri, the responsible minister, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, has sent a letter to the chief secretary and ordered an investigation.

Read also … Weather update: 21 Chamoli roads, including the closed Badrinath highway, are likely to have heavy rainfall in some Garhwal-Kumaon districts

I don’t mind taking the test. Also five years ago there was an investigation in which nothing was found. There is a demand from the chief minister that allegations made against me and corruption in the co-operative department should be investigated by a retired judge or a Vidhan Sabha committee. The complainant, instead of complaining to the department councilor, has sent a complaint to another councilor.

-Ganesh Godiyal, former president, BKTC

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