New Delhi, (3/3/2019): Today, an Ex Army Man Manoj Kumar Kaushik has launched his book called “Mein Bhi Chowkidar (Loss Of Truth).
It is the publication on the subject of fight against corruption in India. The launch was held in Press Club Of India in New Delhi.
The launch witnessed and attended by some eminent speakers like Manoj Kumar Kaushal, Ex Army Man, Viraj Jaswal of Sports Academy, Una, Himachal, Sunny Chauhan Social Worker, Ashwani Soni, Social Worker, and other distinguished members.
The book is based on the struggle of an Ex Indian Military Intelligence soldier against corruption. Who lost everything in this war against corruption because of non-cooperation by the corrupted system.
He fought a high level of corruption, he went everywhere in all the legal departments and ministry but he found more and more corrupted people.
Due to this corrupt system, Govternment of India did not recover Rs 300 crore, 300 kg of Gold and 2 AK 47 Rifles, which were in the basement of a Kali Mandir at Rani Tea Garden, Guwahati in Assam. This incident took place in 2014.
According to Manoj Kumar, “there is Tea Garden in Guwahati and there is a Kali Mandir inside that garden. My informer gave me information that under the Kali Mandir there is a basement in which Rs 300 crore in cash along with 300 kg of Gold and 2 AK 47 assault rifles were kept. I contacted every responsible authority and even the Home Ministry but no action have been taken to recover the treasure which is being taken out by some locals”.
“Its been 4 years now and through this book i want to aware people about the incident so that Govt. can recover the two AK 47 atleast”, he added.
According to him the garden belongs to a local man, who is a medium between the Naxals and the belongings are his black money which was kept there safely.