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    Published On : Thu, Aug 23rd, 2018

    NIC member alleges Rs 18.5 lakh fraud in Nagpur Diocesan Trust

    Nagpur: Disappointed over administration’s failure to take action in the alleged fraud of Rs 18.5 lakh in Nagpur Diocesan Trust Association, member of North India Church (NIC) Anil Sathe started fast-unto-death agitation in front of the office of Joint Charity Commissioner in Nagpur on August 20.

    Taking note of his agitation, the authorities in the office came out and assured Sathe of initiating action against the accused.

    According to Ani Sathe, the Nagpur Diocesan Trust Association Nagpur is a registered trust with the Charity Commissioner, Government of Maharashtra. The funds raised by the Christian community for this organization are credited to the Association’s bank account and annual audit of the account is done.

    Sathe alleged that the Association’s chairman Bishop Paul Dupare and CNI Moderator P C Singh, a Bishop from Jabalpur, misappropriated funds to the tune of Rs 18.5 lakh between 2004 and 2012. The matter was enquired vide letter (55/2012) by the Joint Charity Commissioner of Nagpur in 2013 and confirmed the misappropriation of the said amount. However, no action was initiated against both the persons even after registering complainst at the Charity Commissioner’s office.

    The matter was informed to the Police department, which sought information from the Joint Charity Commissioner Nagpur so that necessary actions could be initiated against the accused. The Joint Charity Commissioner however did not file any reply.

    When Nagpur Today tried to contact Bishop Paul Dupare, he neither received the calls nor replied to text messages.

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