Complaint against Bishop for defrauding Rs. 10 lakhs – One Million INR

via Veda Prakash published on February 6, 2008

Chennai February 6, 2008: The Church employees of Tanjavur, Thiruvarur and Nagapattinam have complained to the Police Commissioner, Chennai about a Bishop, a Christian Head-Priest for swindling of Rs. 10 lakhs – One Million INR assuring that he would help them through a NGO.

The details of the complaint are as follows: ” Bishop Victor runs a NGO of name and style, “The World Revival of Mission” at Nesapakkam, Jayabalaji Nagar, Annammal Nagar, Chennai. He and his wife approached our Churches in 2006 and promised that they would provide Rs. 500/- every month to those who are poor, deserted old-people, physically handicapped. Mentally retarded and inflicted with dreadful diseases. But one should register with them by paying Rs. 200/- as registration fees and Rs.200/- as traveling expenses to avail of the grant to be provided.

Believing this, we collected Rs. 10 lakhs – One Million INR from our members and gave it it to them. But the Bishop Victor has not granted any amount as promised or rendered any help. When asked, he threatens us with rowdies and even warns that we would be killed. He invited us to come to Madras on January 30 assuring that he would give money, but when we went there, the rowdies threatened us, “If anybody comes to the Bishop asking for money hereafter, he would be killed”. Therefore, we request that the amount paid to him may be recovered and paid back to us”.

The Police Commissioner, Nanjil Kumaran has ordered the Police of Crime Branch to take action on the basis of the complaint filed.

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