Unaccounted income worth Rs. 120 crore seized in I-T raid on Christian evangelist Paul Dhinakaran !

I-T raids on 28 different locations !

  • All Indians have a right to know how an evangelist has amassed so much money !
  •  It should be noted that those who criticize ashrams of Hindu Saints and question their accounts do not dare to ask for an investigation in to the earning of churches, mosques an madarassas !
  • The police and administration should strive to expose the real face of such corrupt individuals and seize their ill-gotten wealth !

Chennai – Unaccounted income worth Rs. 120 crore has been seized in the raid on Christian evangelist Paul Dhinakaran’s residence, office and 28 other locations. This includes 4.5. kg. gold as well. Dhinakaran’s  organisation has branches in 12 countries including Singapore, Britain, United States, and more than 200 bank accounts. The name of the organisation that he runs is ‘Jesus Calls’. The organisation is engaged in proselytizing in Tamil Nadu.

Following complaints of tax evasion and foreign funds irregularities on 20th January over 300 I-T officials carried out raids at 28 locations in Chennai, Coimbatore and other places connected with controversial Christian Evangelist Paul
Dhinakaran and his Christian Ministry ‘Jesus Calls’, Karunya Institute of Technology and Science (Coimbatore) Karunya Christian School in Avinashi Road Campus (Coimbatore) and residences of some of the senior officials of the
University and ‘Jesus Calls’ ministry.

Dhinakaran has a large follower base among Evangelical preachers in the State and runs a slew of organisations. Duraisamy Geoffery Samuel Dhinakaran (DGS Dhinakaran), a native of Surandai in Tirunelveli District, born into a middle class family, left his clerical job in a bank to became a slot in Christianity which promised him a bright future with a promise of becoming a billionaire in quick period.

According to reports, ‘Jesus Calls’ had not disclosed all foreign funds it received and had also been hiding investments.

Officials are keen to know the details of the funds received from foreign countries, where they are invested and possible tax evasions. This is the third such raid in Coimbatore District in the past two months.