Mirambika Crisis: Rachna writes in Generosity Group blaming parents for Matri closure

Quoting from Rachna’s message

“Dear fellow parents,

The Matri store supported
the Auro Mira Vidya Mandir school and hostel in Kechla. This is a school run by SAES for 100 underprivileged  tribal children in a high Naxal belt.

We, the parents of Mirambika in our quest to get more and better for our children are responsible for its closure.

Now we have to live with it.”

Doesn’t she know that aided by her husband and in connivance with the DOE, its PJ’s quest to present the Matri Store building as a school building to the Delhi HC? That is what has lead him to close the Matri Store and the fire hazard kitchen will be the next to go. He wants the pre 14/4 Mirambika premises for an engg college. The parents don’t want the Matri Store building for their children. We just want all Mirambika children to go back to pre 14/4 premises as PJ’s DDA threat story has been debunked for good.

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5 thoughts on “Mirambika Crisis: Rachna writes in Generosity Group blaming parents for Matri closure

  1. 007 July 19, 2015 / 7:17 am

    To their beat of my knowledge there courts have not asked for matri store, an institution we all have come to grow up with and love. This is being done to make them new building more palatable for the regulators and cosmetics in front of them judge.

    They young man in a hurry seems to be behaving like a bull in a china’s hopping raging through sacred spaces and belittling institutions built by stalwarts of yesteryear.

    What’s next…..?

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    • savemirambika July 19, 2015 / 7:47 am

      The guy has no vision. Could have used his position & resources for making a global university in the name of Sri Aurobindo and or the Mother. Instead he wants to smother a 30 year old school for starting a college. Sad!

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      • Amit July 19, 2015 / 10:14 am

        The guy is a crook. He is a certified ass nicknamed “Devta.” No doubt.
        He hides accounts, thinks everyone else is blind.
        He thinks that his authority is supreme, no one else can question him.

        There are allegations of him siphoning off unaccounted cash from the store to buy loyalties in a tiny village so that he be crowned “Devta.” Thereafter he bought huge chunk of land from the villagers.

        But now that the society that manages the store and the society that manages his “Mein Tumhara Devta Hoon” project, are different, I am curious to know the cash flow and if the modus-operandi still remains the same.

        Be it as it may, why should the store close? It requires to be shifted if a school is to run from that building. Those working in it risk losing jobs.

        I can tell you, the self styled “Devta” won’t blink an eyelid if he was to choose between Mirambika and the Store. No guesses what he would choose. Unfortunately for him that is not an option he has for the moment.

        I am wondering which idiot gave him the idea to run the school from building it is currently running from in the first place? Was that idiot him and only him? No surpises if he puts the blame on someone else. That is his trademark style.

        As for the school shifting back, show me the law where it says that the land allotted for a college can be used for a school? Legal opinion is not good enough. That is merely an internal document.

        Also how do you justify a school of 149 children on 9.84 acres of prime land?
        No emotions, show me the law. Show me public interest.

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  2. Amit July 19, 2015 / 10:50 am

    The guy is a crook. He is a certified ass nicknamed “Devta.” No doubt.
    He hides accounts, thinks everyone else is blind.
    He thinks that his authority is supreme, no one else can question him.

    There are allegations of him siphoning off unaccounted cash from the store to buy loyalties in a tiny village so that he be crowned “Devta.” Thereafter he bought huge chunk of land at throwaway prices from the villagers, “Vadra” style.

    But now that the society that manages the store and the society that manages his “Mein Tumhara Devta Hoon” project, are different, I am curious to know the cash flow and if the modus-operandi still remains the same.

    Be it as it may, why should the store close? It requires to be shifted if a school is to run from that building. Those working in it risk losing jobs. The one and only person responsible for situation is the self styled “Devta” himself.

    I can tell you, the self styled “Devta” won’t blink an eyelid if he was to choose between Mirambika and the Store. No guesses what he would choose. Unfortunately for him that is not an option he has for the moment.

    I am wondering which idiot gave him the idea to run the school from building it is currently running from in the first place? Was that idiot him and only him? No surpises if he puts the blame on someone else. That is his trademark style.

    His aunt with whom he was in a bitter fight for several years soon after his “Mein Tumhara Devta Hoon” project dawned upon, now defends him like Bhishma Pitamah defended Duryodhan in his loyalty towards “Hastinapur.” Unfortunate.

    Being Truthful tale a lot of courage and sacrifice. Truth can be frustrated but Falsehood never wins. People easily forget.

    As for the school shifting back, show me the law where it says that the land allotted for a college can be used for a school? Legal opinion is not good enough. That is merely an internal document.

    Also how do you justify a school of 149 children on 9.84 acres of prime land?
    No emotions, show me the law. Show me public interest.

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  3. Amit July 19, 2015 / 10:56 am

    The guy is a crook. He is a certified ass nicknamed “Devta.” No doubt.
    He hides accounts, thinks everyone else is blind.
    He thinks that his authority is supreme, no one else can question him.

    There are allegations of him siphoning off unaccounted cash from the store to buy loyalties in a tiny village so that he be crowned “Devta.” Thereafter he bought huge chunk of land at throwaway prices from the villagers, “Vadra” style.

    But now that the society that manages the store and the society that manages his “Mein Tumhara Devta Hoon” project, are different, I am curious to know the cash flow and if the modus-operandi still remains the same.

    Be it as it may, why should the store close? It requires to be shifted if a school is to run from that building. Those working in it risk losing jobs. The one and only person responsible for situation is the self styled “Devta” himself.

    I can tell you, the self styled “Devta” won’t blink an eyelid if he was to choose between Mirambika and the Store. No guesses what he would choose. Unfortunately for him that is not an option he has for the moment.

    I am wondering which idiot gave him the idea to run the school from building it is currently running from in the first place? Was that idiot him and only him? No surpises if he puts the blame on someone else. That is his trademark style.

    His aunt with whom he was in a bitter fight for several years soon after his “Mein Tumhara Devta Hoon” project dawned upon him, now defends him like Bhishma Pitamah defended Duryodhan in his loyalty towards “Hastinapur.” Unfortunate.

    Being Truthful takes a lot of courage and sacrifice. Truth can be frustrated but Falsehood never wins. People easily forget.

    As for the school shifting back, show me the law where it says that the land allotted for a college can be used for a school? Legal opinion is not good enough. That is merely an internal document.

    Also how do you justify a school of merely 149 children on a massive 9.84 acres of prime land?
    No emotions, show me the law. Show me public interest.

    Like

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