"Why taxes for only Hindu Temples?" Pawan Kalyan targets CM Jagan once again
Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan once again targeted AP CM YS Jagan. The Andhra Pradesh government recently raised subsidies for Hajj and Jerusalem pilgrims.
Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan once again targeted AP CM YS Jagan. The Andhra Pradesh government recently raised subsidies for Hajj and Jerusalem pilgrims. But Pawan tweeted a video of Chilukur Balaji Temple's chief priests where Ranjarajan is speaking.
Pawan Kalyan also tweeted a Telugu translation of Rangarajan's speech in English. "We have no objection to the government of Andhra Pradesh increasing subsidies for Haj pilgrims and pilgrims to Jerusalem. But all the secular governments including Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have some questions from us.
The Secular State Governments collect 23.5% of the income from temples in the form of various taxes annually," he tweeted. 15% in Endowment Administration Tax, 2% in Audit Fee and 2% in respect of Common Good Fund.
"No church or mosque pays a single tax. Why are only temples paying taxes? According to Article 27 of the Constitution of India, the government should not collect any taxes from charities. And why are they only collecting taxes from temples? To answer this short question," the chief priests of the Chilukur Balaji Temple have questioned the government.
However, with the latest tweets from Pawan Kalyan predicts that the Jana Sena chief is inching towards BJP.
Telugu translation of Chilukuru Balaji high priest's comment on Govt collecting taxes only from 'Hindu temples' which violates article 27 of constitution. pic.twitter.com/ReAFfuRqVD— Pawan Kalyan (@PawanKalyan) November 24, 2019
Chilukuru Balaji temple's 'pradhana archakaulu' Sri Rangarajan garu on article 27.— Pawan Kalyan (@PawanKalyan) November 24, 2019
Worth listening... pic.twitter.com/gKK6ZnRO5l