Home Ministry sets up panel to investigate Gandhi family trusts
New Delhi: The leaders of both the BJP and Congress are face to face with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation funding. The BJP is asking new questions to the Congress party daily for funding the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation from China. The Congress party is also responding to the allegations in the same manner.
Home Ministry to conduct investigation:
Now there is news that the Union Home Ministry has decided to conduct an investigation into the funding of Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. A committee has been constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs, which will look into the funding of these foundations, violation of rules and other matters.
Simanchal Das to monitor the committee:
Simanchal Das, Special Director (Enforcement Directorate) will monitor the committee. In this regard, a spokesperson of the Union Home Ministry gave information on twitter.
He tweeted, “The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has constituted an inter-ministerial committee which will examine the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust and Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust.”
Investigation in three Gandhi family trust:
In this investigation, The team will investigate the violation of the rules of PMLA Act, Income Tax Act, FCRA Act. The special director of ED will supervise the committee.
Let us tell you, The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation received funding from China. Apart from this, the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund was set up for the country, UPA government also gave money to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.
In the midst of the ongoing dispute between India and China, when the Congress Party launched an attack on the central government, the BJP overturned the Congress.
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