Maneka Gandhi has sent several letters with allegations of corruption and conflict of interest against S.P. Gupta, who is known to be close to the RSS.
New Delhi: The environment ministry is looking into a series of complaints made against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-affiliated chairman of the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI), including those of corruption, conflict of interest and incompetence, environment minister Harsh Vardhan said.
In a letter to Union Minister Maneka Gandhi dated 19 July, Vardhan said he is getting the matter of “replacing the present AWBI Chairperson” looked into.
Vardhan was responding to a series of complaints made by Gandhi against the conduct of S.P. Gupta, a retired IAS officer, who runs his own “cow shelter” and is reported to be close to the RSS. Gupta was appointed as the AWBI chairperson in December last year.
Gandhi has so far written over six letters to the environment minister — all seen by ThePrint — highlighting instances of Gupta’s alleged misconduct.
The society has lost its humanity It is completely Inhumane! Mother dog sobs as puppies beheaded by drunkards in Hyderabad's Hussaini Alam area on 6th August 2018. It is shameful to see what degree humans can slide down to when these kinds of incidents come to light. These kinds of crimes rather become just a file in the shelves of the Police records. Instead, it's our moral duty to make sure these animals live safely among the streets. These kind of crimes are truly heartbreaking and pathetic to see what humans have become these days. It's time to change for all of us and make sure that whoever had committed this heinous act gets the punishment and is behind the bars.
Everyone, please help me out in supporting this petition and as soon as we hit a certain target, we will make sure that justice is served to the mother whose kid's life was stolen by some monsters.
(Above the link is shared for the proof ).
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