One land, three characters…In 10 minutes the price increased in crores… Inside story of Ayodhya land dispute

It has been alleged on behalf of Samajwadi Party, Aam Aadmi Party that crores of rupees have been scammed in the name of purchase of land for Ram temple. After this revelation on Sunday, the round of accusations and counter-accusations is going on and the politics of Uttar Pradesh has come to a boil.

Ahead of next year’s assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya has come under the scanner. It has been alleged on behalf of Samajwadi Party, Aam Aadmi Party that crores of rupees have been scammed in the name of purchase of land for Ram temple. After this revelation on Sunday, the round of accusations and counter-accusations is going on and the politics of Uttar Pradesh has come to a boil.

Last year in Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part in the Bhoomi Pujan for the construction of a grand temple of Lord Ram. All the preparations were done, the work was going on continuously and now the only wait was for a grand Ram temple. But in the meantime, an allegation was leveled against the trust which is responsible for building the temple.

In ten minutes the price of land increased in crores… This is an allegation of corruption in land purchase. According to the allegations, the trust has bought the land worth 2 crores for 18 and a half crores. Earlier the cost of the land was 2 crores but in just 10 minutes the deal was confirmed and that price became 18 and a half crores. In a span of 10 minutes, the cost of land increased by 16.50 crores. That is, the land became expensive by five and a half lakh rupees per second and in 10 minutes the price increased 9 times.

On March 18 this year, both the deals of that land were done and there is a difference of only 10 minutes between the two deals. The biggest thing is that both the witnesses are common in both the deals, one of them is Anil Mishra who is a member of Ram Janmabhoomi Trust. And the second name is of Ayodhya Mayor Rishikesh Upadhyay, although Rishikesh Upadhyay is clearly denying any allegation of corruption.

Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh is alleging corruption in the purchase of land and even demanding a CBI inquiry. Amidst all the political questions, the Ram Mandir Trust has called it a political allegation.

The land on which the dispute, its three characters … The politics in Ayodhya has heated up about the land that came in dispute. But there are 3 important characters in its center. The land was owned by Kusum Pathak, who in 2010-11 got the land agreement with Ravi Mohan Tiwari and Sultan Ansari. The same agreement was finalized on paper after about 10 years i.e. on March 18 this year. Kusum Pathak sold Ravi Mohan Tiwari and Sultan Ansari for 2 crores.

On March 18 itself, Ravi Mohan Tiwari and Sultan Ansari sold that land worth 2 crores to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust and the price was taken 18 and a half crores. Now the chapter of controversy has started regarding this deal. The area of ​​the land which is in dispute is 12080 square meters, there is a plan to build some temples of Janmabhoomi on this land falling in the Ramjanmabhoomi pilgrimage area. But the controversy arising out of political questions does not seem to stop at the moment.

Mayor and Trust have denied the allegations… Ayodhya Mayor Hrishikesh Upadhyay, who was a witness in the land deal, is saying that all the allegations are part of a political conspiracy. Talking to Aaj Tak, Hrishikesh Upadhyay said that the Ram Mandir Trust has issued a statement making it clear that the land was on a years-old contract, according to that it has been made in its name. As mayor, I am a witness in all matters.

Hrishikesh Upadhyay said that he has been a witness to the money transferred. On how the price increased in ten minutes, the mayor clarified that the contract is years old, which people are being told a few minutes. The people who are raising the issue are political people. Those who have problems with Lord Ram, those people are raising this issue.

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