Friday, February 28, 2014

VJAS urged AAP Activist Anjali Damania on alleged financial irregularities and Cong.-Munde Nexus

VJAS urged AAP Activist Anjali Damania on alleged financial irregularities and Cong.-Munde Nexus  

 Nagpur -1st march 2014
Activist group working for Vidarbha farmers to asked AAP Activist Anjali Damania  to come clean on the media report that she has accumulated huge wealth by floating income tax laws and has been working on the agenda run Maharashtra Chief Minister Prathviraj Chavan and BJP leader Gopinath Munde to defame BJP ex-National president  Nitin Gadkari  as these allegations are creating doubts  in the mind of thousands of AAP well-wishers and  voters of Nagpur whom she is asking to defeat Nitin Gadkari even they are not voting to her indirectly asking people to vote for Congress Party that is much more shocking hence she should come clean on these allegations as common man is very much optimistic regarding anti-graft activities of AAP hence this request, Kishore Tiwari of VJAS informed in press release today  
 It is reported in leading Marathi daily that AAP Activist Anjali Damania is being used by Maharashtra CM and BJP leader Gopinath munde and his group to damage creditability of BJP Nagpur Loksabha Candidate Nitin Gadkari and her statements in last one year shows same trend which creates doubts in mind of common voters hence she should come clean on this issue .
It is also reported that AAP Activist Anjali Damania had accumulated huge wealth from her “Alpine Village” a multi-crore Project consisting of posh Villas at Kondhane Village in Karjat, District Raigadh. Her Company recorded 180 times profit in the deal but she conceals the profit from the Public, as she failed to file Annual Reports of the Company- Shri Varadvinayak Developers Private Limited to the Registrar of Companies, Mumbai for the year 2011, 2012 and 2013. It brings to the light her ill-intension and apprehension of amassing Black Money from the deal and this charges are very serious and against AAP own guidelines of granting character certificate moreover it is also reported that She filed a PIL in Bombay High Court against F.A.Enterprises regarding construction of Kalu Dam in the vicinity of her multi-crore project in 2011 with Ajay Mathankar, whose father Vijay Mathankar being Whole-time Director of DB Group Companies which was promoted and backed by Shahid Balwa who came to light after 2G Scam hence such serious allegations is completely contrary to her claims of being Anti-Corruption crusader she was accompanied by such person who accumulated huge amount of Black Money hence her proving innocent is must ,Tiwari added .

More shocking these allegations social media has been reporting that Anjali Damania’s husband Anish Damania was the head of Institutional Equity at “Emkay Global Financial Services”. The said company placed more than 60 erroneous Institutional orders worth $125 million which equals to about Rs. 750 Crores which cause serious damage to the trade at National Stock Exchange on October 5, 2012 hence picture being painted AAP  Social Activist Anjali Damania alleged to have  amassed huge wealth under the guise of Social Service, has been disturbing AAP voters hence she is urged to come forward to clarification about the facts ,Tiwari added.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

MHRC summoned Yavatmal collector on tribals' plight-TIMES OF INDIA

Yavatmal collector on tribals' plight-TIMES OF INDIA

NAGPUR: The Maharashtra Human Rights Commission has issued summons to Yavatmal collector directing him to appear before it on February 17 or to present his report on the complaint filed by Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti President Kishore Tiwari. The complaint is regarding plight of tribals of Jhari taluka and the dismal conditions in which they are forced to live.

Tiwari alleged that several irregularities were detected in public distribution system but despite a high court order to set things right, the grains supply remained irregular. "The poor Kolam tribe members do not get subsidized foodgrains for three months in a row. Grains meant for them are sold in open market," Tiwari said in his plea.

He also alleged that because of the apathy of the district administration, the tribals were leading a miserable life. The government hospitals had no doctors and the wards were used for housing staff like nurses. The condition of ashramshalas (special schools for tribals) was worse. At one such residential school for girls, the toilet is locked and inmates have to wait till dark to defecate in open, he added.

The government had given an assurance in the court in 2001 that the tribals would be provided with houses and proper shelters. Till date the promise has not been fulfilled because of the callous attitude of the district officials concerned. Acting on Tiwari' s petition, the Commission asked the district collector to be present before the Commission at its office in Mumbai on Feb 17 at 11am to respond to the complaints.