A case of forgery has been registered in opposition to Church of North India (CNI) Bishop Peter Baldev and 16 others for allegedly selling church properties worth Rs 10,000 crore in a case that might be considered one of the biggest church scams in the United States. The case has been registered at the Civil Lines police station in Uttar Pradesh. The accused have been charged with faux files to transfer residences belonging to Indian Church Trustees. The criticism has been filed through Bishop John Augustine of the Lucknow Diocese of India, Pakistan, Burma, and Ceylon (CBC).
The complainant has stated that in 1970, a few Bishops of the Church of India had constituted the Church of North India Trust Association. Later, the use of fraudulent means, the submission of the Bishop of Calcutta, was created.
“The identical human beings in 1991 spread this fake enterprise and transferred the residences belonging to Indian Church Trustees, worth Rs one thousand crores, to the Church of North India Trust Association,” the complainant said. Those named in the complaint are Bishop Peter Baldev, P.C. Singh, P.P. Marandi, P.K. Samanta Roy, preferred secretary Alwin Masih, Jayant Agarwal, Pal Dupahre, P.P. Habil, Suresh Jacob, Rajiv Chand, A.R. Stephen, H.R. Mal, Marvin Masih, Prem Masih, Ashok Vishwas, Prabal Dutta, and Shashi Prakash.
The transferred belongings include church residences on Mahatma Gandhi Marg Lucknow and Allahabad.
The accused have reportedly shared Rs 10,000 crore amongst themselves. A senior police professional in Allahabad stated that the case had been registered, and investigations had started. The studies will want time since variety is an alternative. If the allegations are observed authentic, this could be one of the largest church scams in recent years,” senior police said. Healing; head/ coronary heart: Rather than the use of empty rhetoric, making guarantees, and articulating vitriol-crammed messages, it’s far wise to pick out leaders who prioritize recovery as opposed to polarizing/ hostile processes, etc.! This requires combining the finest elements of 1’s logical and emotional components in a head/ coronary heart balance.
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