Maharashtra Government legalise Temple plunder

via HK published on August 2, 2011

The Maharashtra Government has set its eyes on the large funds donated by devotees at Shirdi. In-order to fulfill its own duties towards the State, the Government has decided to utilize the donations offered by devotees at the Shirdi Shrine.

On Wednesday 27th July`2011, the Maharashtra Government passed the Bill seeking
an amendment to the “Shree Sai Baba Sansthan Trust (Shirdi) Ordinance 2004”, which gives the Government the right to access up-to 30% of the donated funds collected by the Shirdi Sansthan Trust through devotee’s.

This bill will be an encouragement for other Government’s and citing this bill they will start legalising the illegal plundering of Hindus wealth. At the same time no where in the Country, any Government dare to touch the wealth of Church or Mosques.

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