- Kalyani accuses Shiva Shakti of being a platform for spiritual consciousness
- Kalyani says funds are being misappropriated
- Karate Kalyani is said to be raising funds for the wrong reasons
A few years ago, a minor girl was killed in Singareni Colony in Saidabad. There have also been allegations of attempts by Kalyani to divulge details of the murder. Shetty Nitesh, a resident of Ellamma Banda, has filed a private complaint in the Rangareddy District Court. After examining the compliant, the court directed the Jagadgiri Gutta police to register a case against Karate Kalyani. Police have registered a case against Kalyani as per the directions. Nati Karate Kalyani spoke on this. Kalyani alleged that a spiritual organization was extorting money from people in the name of Hinduism and was trolling the news by writing false news about itself.
Karate Kalyani said, “Nine people like Karunakar Suguna and Kalyan Kumar Chetlapally started an organization called Shiv Shakti Spiritual Awareness Venue. Some were sent out and only five are now directors. They have raised crores of rupees by saying that they want to start an office in 2020. After saying that the whole office has started, within six months, hundreds of thousands of rupees are ready for fund collections. They created fake ideas on us for questioning and started trolling.
We have evidence of what they did. This Care Pvt. The game is being played by three organizations: Center, Shiva Shakti Foundation and Shiva Shakti Spiritual Awareness Platform. If I ask if cheating is going on .. I am being personally accused. Devireddy Anand Reddy now owes Rs 2.5 crore to RBL Bank. They are playing a game called Fund Raising to address it. Funds are being diverted. Money laundering takes place at the corporate level.
I was scolded for questioning their scam. I was falsely accused. If I went to support the girl’s family, I would be wrongly trolled as if I was stuck in a murder case. I have to say I was stuck in a murder case. They are threatening to fight with the evidence, ”he said.