Thursday, May 01, 2008

"गुप्तदाना'वर प्राप्तिकर लागू

धर्मादाय संस्थांना "गुप्तदान' करणाऱ्यांची नोंद नसल्यास त्यावर प्राप्तिकर आकारला जाईल, असे अर्थमंत्री पी. चिदंबरम यांनी लोकसभेत स्पष्ट केले. ""गुप्तदान हे प्रामुख्याने काळ्या पैशातूनच दिले जाते, हे लक्षात घेऊन यापुढे "गुप्तदान' रोखण्यास सरकार प्राधान्य देईल,'' असेही त्यांनी स्पष्ट केले; मात्र धार्मिक संस्थांना मिळणाऱ्या "गुप्तदाना'वर कोणताही कर नाही, याकडे त्यांनी लक्ष वेधले.

करणाऱ्याची नोंद नसलेल्या गुप्तदानावर प्राप्तिकर आकारला जाणार असल्याने आता काळ्या पैशावाल्यांची चांगलीच गोची होणार आहे. काही प्रमाणात त्यावर आळाही बसेल.


Anonymous said...

These junkies of Congress(I) work under Vatican Rule under Sonai Gandhi (Maino). How about the millions of dollors that being donated to X-tain Missionaries and their NGO Run Schools in INDIA, especially active in converting to X-tainity? Most of these organizations have bases in Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc. Should not these funds be taxed? Or are the taxes waved by Sonai Manio (Gandhi)? Or X-tain Votes for Congress(I)?

"Gupta-Daan" is at least a "Daan" to organizations for helping poor and needy. "NGO-DAAN" from aborad in $$$$/Euros is the daan to mislead and convert Hindus/Aadivasis/Poor under the banner of "Water for Life", "Globlization", "Let-your-light-shine", "Human-Rights (Only to expose Hindus/Originals) of every nation", "Care"...etc...

You should google these programs and you can see their hidden agenda. Type in 'what is 20-20 window' in google and you will see these hidden agenda of USA/UK and Xtain Roman Empire that destructing mankind using United Nations as their tool.

Anonymous said...

Home Ministry official says most of the NGOs who utilised the funds have not been able to make a difference to the lives of those for whom the funds are meant.

As many 618 Banglore-based Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) received a whopping Rs 362.2 crore funds from foreign agencies during 2001-02, according to the Union Home Ministry�s latest annual Foreign Inward Remittance Report. Among the cities in India, Bangalore tops the list of recipients, followed by Chennai with Rs 313.6 crore and Mumbai with Rs 298 crore. Christian organisations are the largest beneficiaries of this foreign funding.

As many as 1,192 NGOs in Karnataka, registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act-1976 (FCRA), received Rs 534 crore from foreign funding agencies during 2001-02 while the tally for the previous year was Rs 486 crore. Of this amount, Christian NGOs alone received Rs 471 crores. The Protestant groups received Rs 288 crores and Catholics Rs 183 crore. Hindus, Muslims and others together got only Rs 63 crores.

According to the Home Ministry sources in New Delhi, the following NGOs are some of the major beneficiaries of foreign funding in Bangalore during 2001-02: Church�s Concern for Child and Youth Care (CCCYC) Rs 30 crore, Campus Crusade for Christ Rs 24 crore., Mysore Resettlement and Develoment Agency (MYRADA) Rs 17.5 crore., Indian Society of Church of Christ Rs 14.5 crore., Habitat for Humanity in India Rs 5.7 crore, Christian Church in India Rs 4.5 crore, Bridge Foundation Rs 4.5 crore, Karnataka Jesuit Education Rs 4.2 crore, and Veda Vigyan Vidya Pita Rs 4 crore. Others included: Outreach Rs 3.8 crore., Samuha Rs 3.7 crore, Humanistic Inst Rs 3.6 crore, Biblical Baptist Institutions Incorp Rs 3.5 crore, and Bangalore Rural Education and Development Society Rs 3 crore.

While Helping Hand Welfare Society of the Seventh Day Adventists received Rs 2.8 crore, Precious Blood Ministries, Partners in Child Development and �Search� received Rs 2.5 crore each. SAIACS, Stewards Association and Southern Asia Bible College got Rs 2 crore each. ACTS Ministries, Oasis India and Eternal Ministries received Rs 1.65 crore, Rs 1.5 crore and Rs 1.3 crore respectively. South India Baptist College, Ceylon and India General Mission and India Mission Association received Rs 1.25 crore each.


Delhi Rs 794.4 crore
Tamil Nadu Rs 695.5 crore
AP Rs 559.6 crore
Karnataka Rs 534.0 crore

Bangalore Rs 362.2 crore
Chennai Rs 313.6 crore
Mumbai Rs 298.0 crore