New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister has said that the Central Government has frozen all the bank accounts of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. Mamta Banerjee That accusation while the accuser was there Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Definitely denied.
The central government did not freeze bank accounts run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, and the organization wrote a letter to the State Bank of India asking it to suspend its accounts. Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Has said.
Mamata Banerjee took to Twitter today to say, “On Christmas Day, the federal government froze all the bank accounts of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in India. Their 22,000 patients and staff are suffering without food and medicine. Although the law is very important, humanitarian efforts should not be compromised, ”he said.
In this case this charge Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Definitely denied. To freeze the accounts of the Missionaries of Charity Bank State Bank of India The Union Home Ministry has been informed that the request has been sent.
That Mother Teresa’s application for renewal of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act of the Missionaries of Charity was rejected on December 25 for failing to meet the eligibility requirements under FCRA 2010 and the Foreign Contribution Regulation Rules 2011 Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Reported.
Sending request to State Bank of India to freeze Missionaries of Charity Bank accounts Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Reported.
The Interior Ministry said it had not received a request or renewed application from the Missionaries of Charity to renew their application.