The management of the Ram Temple Trust funds that have crossed Rs 3,000 crore, has now been entrusted to corporate giant, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), which is developing digital accounting software.
According to the official reports, the step came after the trust faced allegations of corruption over the land deal. Champat Rai, Ram temple Trust General Secretary confirmed the news while sources stated that the decision was taken at the behest of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), which had summoned three key Trust members to Mumbai four months ago for a closed-door meeting over the controversial land deals.
The report further added that TCS has set up its account’s office at Ramghat near Ram Janmabhoomi and is scheduled to complete developing the software by December and begin digitisation and management of Trust accounts. IT experts from the Tata Group recently gave a PowerPoint presentation of the software to temple construction committee chairman, Nripendra Mishra.
Temple Trust secretary Champat Rai informed in a press statement that TCS’s digital performance is good and they have discussed their requirements with their software experts, who are now installing an accounting system and TCS will digitise and manage their accounts from December.
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