The scam of buying land worth Rs 18 crore by Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Trust for Rs 18 crore had not even cooled down that the story of a new scam has come to light in Ayodhya. It is being told that the nephew of the Mayor of Ayodhya bought the land for Rs 20 lakh and sold it to Ram Janmabhoomi trust for Rs 2.5 crores. This land is in the Kot Ramchandra area, just adjacent to the Ram temple.
This piece of land was in the name of Mahant Devendra Prasad Acharya till February of this year. On 20 February 2021, a person named Deep Narayan Upadhyay bought this land from Mahant Devendra Prasad for 20 lakh rupees. It has been learned from the documents that Deep Narayan Upadhyay sold this land to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust for Rs. 2.5 crores only after three months.
It is surprising how within just three months a land worth Rs 20 lakh was sold for Rs 2 crore 50 lakh. The sale of land at more than 12 times the price in three months is astonishing.
It is known that Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has been established by the Narendra Modi government of the Center. Come, now let us tell you who is this Deep Narayan Upadhyay who can make 2.5 crore rupees of 20 lakhs in three months!
Deep Narayan Upadhyay is the leader of Bharatiya Janata Party. Not only this, he is the real nephew of Ayodhya Mayor Rishikesh Upadhyay. On social media, he introduces himself as a BJP leader and most of his photographs are with his maternal uncle and Mayor Hrishikesh Upadhyay.
The role of Mayor Hrishikesh Upadhyay in this land scam also becomes suspicious as he has been involved in the land registry as a witness in the previous land scam in Ayodhya as well. Already Mayor Upadhyay is being questioned for land scam and now a new land scam has come to the fore.
Senior journalist Sakshi Joshi has tweeted on this matter saying that “Somewhere nephew is involved, somewhere relative is involved. The involvement of the BJP mayor of Ayodhya in the land deal in every way shows how big a scam is happening in the name of the temple. These people first buy the land themselves and then sell it at exorbitant prices.”