Aditi Singh (Congress MLA) said I have written a letter to EOW to investigate the economic mess. He said that the objectives for which the Kamla Nehru Educational Society was formed were never fulfilled. The land given to the society was never used to promote girls' education, which is mentioned in the bye-laws of the society.
Rae Bareli Congress national president Sonia Gandhi's parliamentary constituency Raebareily is in discussions. Congress MLA Aditi Singh (Congress MLA Aditi Singh) has written a letter to the Economic Offenses Branch (EOW) to investigate the alleged economic malfunctions and irregularities in Kamla Nehru Educational Society. Many Congress leaders are members of the Kamla Nehru Educational Society.
Speaking to News18, Aditi Singh said, I have written a letter to the EOW to investigate the economic mess. He said that the objectives for which the Kamla Nehru Educational Society was formed were never fulfilled. The land given to the society was never used to promote the education of girls, which is mentioned in the bye-laws of the society. Also, freehold change of land is illegal as there are around 150 shops that employ 600 people.
Aditi Singh attacked Congress leaders and members of the society in gestures and said, 'Those who raise questions about the Prime Minister's Care Fund should also tell what they have done through the Kamla Nehru Educational Society. I wrote to the Economic Offenses Wing, Chief Minister's Office, and the Home Ministry to get it investigated. Hundreds of crores of rupees have been committed to this.
बच्चियों की पढ़ाई को बढ़ावा देने के नाम पर ज़मीन ली गयी, दशकों बाद भी उसका कोई इस्तेमाल नहीं किया। और अब उस जमीन को करोड़ो में बेचने की फिराक में हैं। कमला नेहरू एजुकेशनल सोसाइटी के उस फर्ज़ीवाड़े और भारी पैसे की गड़बड़ी की जांच के लिए मैने आज आर्थिक अपराध शाखा को पत्र लिखा है। pic.twitter.com/xaZ7nZkYLs— Aditi Singh (@AditiSinghRBL) November 2, 2020
The MLA tweeted his letter and said, 'Ironically, my colleagues and senior leaders question the PM Cares Fund, but avoid transparency and accountability in their families and the institutions they run.'