APSCC welcomes CM’s decision
Srinagar, May 12: All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee Kashmir (APSCC) has welcomed the decision of the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to conduct special audit of the Waqf Board on priority to what it said rectify records of all financial embezzlements.
In a statement, the APSCC Chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina termed the decision as straight forward and demanded that it should be implemented by all religious bodies and social organizations.
“All properties leased, occupied or sold out illegally by some Mahants and self styled religious bodies and heads of religious trusts should be immediately probed through state, central vigilance and crime departments to establish the facts as repeatedly asked by various Kashmiri Pandits and Hindu organizations,” Raina said.
He alleged that in some cases, many religious heads had changed and tempered with the revenue records of various temples belongings.
“I urge the CM to conduct special audit for all Gurdwaras of the State on the pattern of the Waqf Board. We also feel sorry that the State Government has failed to conduct the Gurdwara elections on time which was due in December 2010. Government has not even properly passed the order as to appoint receiver after the last expiry of election of GPC and J&K Sikh Gurudwara Board,” the statement added.
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