Fraudsters crack the whip at Dargah Jahangir Peeran
Ranga Reddy: With no appropriate support from the State government neither an appropriate guidance from the Telangana State Wakf Board, the Dargah Hazrat Jahangir Peeran at Kothur mandal has actually been left totally to the tender graces of scammers as well as beggars, located considering sneaky strategies to draw out cash much to the shame of the site visitors.
Apart from fundamental framework, fundamental services like appropriate sewer lines as well as hygienic plans was missing out on at the temple, which gains lakhs of rupees each day in the kind of Nazrana (offertory), accumulated with hundies repaired inside the sanctum, later on eliminated by theWakf Board Moreover, the Wakf board workplace, which is close to the temple, also was putting on a deserted appearance.
At the very least 1500 to 2000 followers, regardless of their religious beliefs, go to the temple as well as deal Nazaranas of Rs 500, each repaired by theWakf Board Though the care boards, attached at the very least at 2 various areas inside the temple location, plainly specifies that Rs 500 has actually been repaired for the followers going to the Dargah, the site visitors grumble that an excess quantity is being billed by the individuals released inside the sanctorum. Those released inside the temple are treacherously ripping off the Wakf board by going down the additional quantity in their pockets, rather than going down the exact same in the hundies. “We often find people stationed inside the shrine dropping the amount collected from the devotees in their pockets instead of the collection boxes,” statedMohd Asif, a site visitor.
Lashing out at Chief Minister K Chandrashekher Rao for leaving the temple to the pitilessness of hardship, Congress leader Rashed Khan, stated, “It is in the year 2017, when Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao promised to a release fund of Rs 50 crore for an overall development of the Dargah premises. However, not a single rupee has been released during the last five years.”
Ironically, he stated that the deserted Wakf Board workplace, next to the temple, was having actually a deserted appearance since it was not functional for one-and-a-half-year as well as since there is no Wakf manager readily available to oversee the daily events at the temple. “The premises of the shrine turns into a pond when it rains, while the lack of sanitary arrangements and sewage system around the dome forms a complete unwholesome picture of the area,” rued Rashed Khan.