NGO hires ‘delegates’ to speak in favour of Ram temple before Minority Commission

NGO hires ‘delegates’ to speak in favour of Ram temple before Minority Commission

New Delhi: An unknown NGO named as Minority Development of India (MDI) has sought the intervention of the National Commission for Minorities in the Ayodhya dispute on Monday. The delegates who were hired by the so-called NGO, themselves spilled the beans that they were “lured” by the NGO. The delegation told to the Minority Panel that Ram temple must be built in the place of demolished Babri Masjid so that “Muslims can live peacefully and respectfully”.

As reported by The Mirror, the said NGO hired around 50 to 60 daily wagers from Labour Chowk Noida and Delhi offering them 200 to 400 rupees and food. The so-called delegation had the least idea of the purpose they were brought there by the NGO. One of the labourers revealed that they were promised Rs 400 and lunch but still did not get lunch and food.

The NGO in question seems to be close with the ruling party. MDI’s website shows it is pro-Sangh Parivar.