Prayagraj A press conference was organized by the officials of Tapajap Sangathan at Electronic Media Club, Prayagraj on the subject of violation of the Irregular Deposit Schemes Prohibition Act 2019 and delay in payment made by the Central Government for the payment of fraud victims.
In which Ram Lakhan Pal – National Vice President, Rakesh Kumar Maurya – Mandal President, Devidin Prajapati – District President, Sunil Shukla – National General Secretary and Shiv Shankar Dwivedi – National Vice President were included.
It is noteworthy that thousands of thug companies and societies like Sahara Pashudhan Togo Retail Marketing, Green Touch Rose Valley, Anant Nidhi Prisma Infrastructure, Sai Prasad Prayas Ltd. KMJ Real Vision, with about 42 crore citizens in the country, are cheating in turn by planning. The central and state government banned them by enacting laws and appointed competent officers in each district and division to pay the depositors by auctioning the movable and immovable properties of thug companies.
These competent officers are negligent in making the payment and even after the law is made, they are not able to make the payment to the victims of fraud, due to which the victims are passing through a terrible situation.
Therefore, for the compliance of the above law and for the payment of the victims of fraud, the Tapajap organization has started a payment related journey all over India.
Till now, this Yatra is working in all the tehsils of 200 districts of about 20 states of the country under Mission Bhugtan Bharat Yatra program to make the concerned officials and victims of fraud aware.
Officials of the same organization told that the matter of fraud is very big, there are about 42 crore people who have not been fully paid yet, although uniting so many people, which is a very difficult task, still the organization is engaged. Is.
The office bearers of the organization said that it is our demand to pay first and then to vote, if the government does not make us pay, then we will boycott the elections to be held in 2024.