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To, October 18, 2018

Hon’ble Minister for Minority Affairs cum President, Maulana Azad Education
Foundation, via Minority Commission, New Delhi.

Subject: Recovery of grant with penalty from Ambika Shukla of Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust.

Greetings,

It is humbly submitted that:

1. Maneka Gandi was Minister in Charge of Maulana Azad Education Foundation, during
tenure; she misused her power & authority, sanctioned & disbursed Rs. 50.00 lacs to her
younger sister Ambika Shukla under name & style of Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust, Jor
Bagh, New Delhi, whereas Central Bureau of Investigation booked the matter with
cancelling FCRA of Maneka Gandi family Trust.
2. Maulana Azad Education Foundation blacklisted Ambika Shukla, Gandhi Rural Welfare
Trust, Jor Bagh, New Delhi for MISUSE OF FUNDS ETC. UNDER THE SCHEME OF
MAULANA AZAD EDUCATION FOUNDATION.
3. Blacklisted Ambika Shukla, also enjoying the position as trustee:
A) People for Animals, bearing NGO Darpan No. DL/2018/0187993, Trust Registration No.
1946 as on 05-06-1998, duly registered under FCRA No. 231650850, accepting funds
from public, as well as Government and foreigners also.
B) Ruth Cowell Foundation, bearing FCRA No. 231650562, running & managing Sanjay
Gandhi Animal Care Center, Raja Garden in Delhi, after obtaining over 4 Acre land
from the Government, besides it encroached on the public land.
C) Ruth Cowell Foundation also managed over 60 Acre land including 3 Acre disputed at
village Bawana in Delhi for PFA Gosadan, the Govt. of Delhi cancelled the allotment for
breaching trust and violation of terms & conditions, Maneka Gandi surrendered the
possession vide letter dated March 2005.
D) People for Animals at village Sadhrana in Gurgugram District also managed 30 kanal 6
marla land of Gram Panchyat, now handed over to other Trust to operate, violating the
terms & conditions of allotment.
E) People for Animals also cheated Rs. 10.00 lacs under Hanumanvatika at village
Sultanpur in Gurugram District, trespassing the others land, from the Central Zoo
Authority, on my complaint, Recovery Notice for Rs. 10.00 lacs grant in aid along with
7.6% interest has been issued as on 11-10-2018.

So, Drop Maneka Gandi from Cabinet, Recover Rs. 50.00 lacs with penalty from the pay and
property of Maneka Gandi with Ambika Shukla, seizing all Bank accounts, appoints Administrator
at Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Center at Raja Garden in Delhi & at Sadhrana to avoid further
embezzlement, cheating, fraud, perjury of public funds, misuse of public land, blacklisting People
for Animals.

Naresh Kadyan, C-38, Rose Apartment, prashant vihar, sector-14, Rohini, Delhi – 110085.
INDEX

1 Complaint with Minority Ministry 1-2

2 People for Animals website page to confirm 3


Ambika Shukla as its trustee
3 Trade Mark Registration by Maneka Sanjay 4-7
Gandhi as proprietor of PFA
4 PFA registered with NGO DARPAN of 8-13
NITI Ayog, confirming FCRA, foreign
donation
5 Ambika Shukla affidavit as PFA Trustee 14-21
about 30 kanal 6 marla land at Sadhrana
6 FCRA statement of PFA 22-24

7 Court of law turn down Ruth Cowell 25-31


Foundation claim, confirming that Ambika
Shukla also Trustee of this Foundation.
8 FCRA statement of Ruth Cowell Foundation 32-33

9 Maneka Sanjay Gandhi surrendered 60 34-38


kanal land at Bawana, 3 Acre disputed as
Ruth Cowell Foundation.
10 Details of Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care 39-40
Center run and managed by Ruth Cowell
Foundation in over 4 Acre land
11 Ministry of Environment, Forest and 41
Climate Change letter for embezzlement
12 Recovery Notice to PFA for misusing 42
funds under Hanumanvatika

13 PFA Bawana and Sanjay Gandhi 43-44


Animal Care Center both are the
establishments of the Ruth Cowell
Foundation but recognized by AWBI
separately, grant in aid were misused
Ambika Shukla of Gandhi Rural Welfare
Trust was black listed by the Maulana Azad
Foundation but RECOVERY with
PENALITY not yet initiated
Details for registration number : MOMAF/E/2018/01096

Received By Ministry / Department Minority Affairs

Grievance Description:

Subject: Recovery of grant with penalty from Ambika Shukla of Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust:
Blacklisting People for Animals, cancelling both FCRA including Ruth Cowell Foundation.
It is humbly submitted that:
1. Maneka Gandi was Minister in Charge of Maulana Azad Education Foundation, during tenure
she misused her power & authority, sanctioned & disbursed Rs. 50.00 lacs to her younger sister
Ambika Shukla under name & style of Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust, Jor Bagh, New Delhi, whereas
Central Bureau of Investigation booked the matter with cancelling FCRA of Maneka Gandi family
Trust.
2. Maulana Azad Education Foundation blacklisted Ambika Shukla, Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust,
Jor Bagh, New Delhi for MISUSE OF FUNDS ETC. UNDER THE SCHEME OF MAULANA
AZAD EDUCATION FOUNDATION.
3. Blacklisted Ambika Shukla, also enjoying the position as trustee:
A) People for Animals, bearing NGO Darpan No. DL/2018/0187993, Trust Registration No. 1946 as
on 05-06-1998, duly registered under FCRA No. 231650850, accepting funds from public, as well as
Government and foreigners also.
B) Ruth Cowell Foundation, bearing FCRA No. 231650562, running & managing Sanjay Gandhi
Animal Care Center, Raja Garden in Delhi, after obtaining over 4 Acre land from the Government,
besides it encroached on the public land.
C) Ruth Cowell Foundation also managed over 60 Acre land including 3 Acre disputed at village
Bawana in Delhi for PFA Gosadan, the Govt. of Delhi cancelled the allotment for breaching trust
and violation of terms & conditions, Maneka Gandi surrendered the possession vide letter dated
March 2005.
D) People for Animals at village Sadhrana in Gurgugram District also managed 30 kanal 6 marla
land of Gram Panchyat, now handed over to other Trust to operate, violating the terms &
conditions of allotment.
E) People for Animals also cheated Rs. 10.00 lacs under Hanumanvatika at village Sultanpur in
Gurugram District, trespassing the others land, from the Central Zoo Authority, on my complaint,
Recovery Notice for Rs. 10.00 lacs grant in aid along with 7.6 interest has been issued as on 11-10-
2018.
So, Drop Maneka Gandi from Cabinet, Recover Rs. 50.00 lacs with penalty from the pay and
property of Maneka Gandi with Ambika Shukla, seizing all Bank accounts, appoints Administrator
at Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Center at Raja Garden in Delhi & at Sadhrana to avoid further
embezzlement, cheating, fraud, perjury of public funds, misuse of public land, blacklisting People
for Animals, placing the matter before the Minority Commission as well.
BLACKLISTED NGOs FOR MISUSE OF FUNDS ETC.
UNDER THE SCHEME OF MAULANA AZAD
EDUCATION FOUNDATION
S.No Name & Address of Blacklisted NGOs by MAEF
1 Imamia Girls Junior High School ,Imambara, Sipah, Jaunpur (UP)
2 G.S.Memorial Educational Society, Puranpur, Pilibhit (UP)
3 Guru Kripa Charitable Trust, Dalla, Distt. Ludhiana ( Punjab )
4 Janta Fibre Glass Parshikshan Kendra, Avas Vikas Colony, Pilibhit (UP)
5 Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Memorial Trust, Hyderabad (A.P)
6 Governing Council of G.H.G.Khalsa college, Gurusar Sadhar, Ludhiana (PUNJAB)
7 Gandhi Rural Welfare Trust, Jor Bagh, New Delhi of Ambika Shukla.
8 Alpsankhyak Mridul Girls Inter College, Bisalpur,Pilibhit(UP)
PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS
Unique Id of VO/NGO DL/2018/0187993

Registration Details
Registered With Sub-Registrar

Type of NGO Trust (Non-Government)

Registration No 1946

Copy of Registration Certificate Available

Copy of Pan Card Available

Act name INDIAN TRUST ACT

City of Registration NEW DELHI

State of Registration DELHI

Date of Registration 05-06-1998

Members
Name Designation Pan Aadhaar

MANEKA SANJAY
Trustee Available Available
GANDHI

AMBIKA SHUKLA Trustee Available Available

AARYAMAN
Trustee Available Available
SHUKLA

GAURI MAULEKHI Trustee Available Available

SYED OZAIR
Trustee Available Available
HUSAIN

MANOJ SINGHAL Trustee Available Available

Sector/ Key Issues


Key Issues Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries
Operational Area-States DELHI

Operational Area-District DELHI->New Delhi

FCRA details
FCRA Available FCRA Registration no.

Available 231650850

Details of Achievements
ANIMAL WELFARE ACTIVITIES

Source of Funds
Department Amount
Source Finacial Year Purpose
Name Sanctioned

HUMANE ANIMAL
SOCIETY Overseas 2014-2015 1675145 WELFARE
AUSTRALIA ACTIVITIES

HUMANE ANIMAL
SOCIETY Overseas 2014-2015 135000 WELFARE
GAITHERSBURG ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HELP ANIMALS
Overseas 2014-2015 366420 WELFARE
USA
ACTIVITIES

MARCHING ANIMAL
ANIMALS Overseas 2014-2015 351965 WELFARE
SCOTLAND ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
DOGS TRUST
Overseas 2014-2015 1090547 WELFARE
LONDON
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
CAITLYN LTD
Overseas 2014-2015 100733 WELFARE
MAURITIUS
ACTIVITIES

TOMAS A ANIMAL
Overseas 2014-2015 4295
CASAS USA WELFARE
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
UMA N IYER Overseas 2014-2015 30746 WELFARE
ACTIVITIES

WORLD ANIMAL
ANIMAL DAY Overseas 2014-2015 297000 WELFARE
LONDAN ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
THE ANIMAL
Overseas 2014-2015 102053 WELFARE
VOICE USA
ACTIVITIES

SYLVIA ANIMAL
CHANDEL Overseas 2015-2016 79900 WELFARE
DUBAI ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HUMANE
Overseas 2015-2016 462000 WELFARE
SOCIETY USA
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
AFTAB B MALIK
Overseas 2015-2016 31760 WELFARE
USA
ACTIVITIES

SAROS ANIMAL
COWASJEE Overseas 2015-2016 4986034 WELFARE
CANADA ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
DOGS TRUST
Overseas 2015-2016 205592 WELFARE
LONDON
ACTIVITIES

HUMANE ANIMAL
SOCIETY Overseas 2015-2016 1390772 WELFARE
AUSTRALIA ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
MARK FRANCIS Overseas 2015-2016 16926 WELFARE
ACTIVITIES

UMA N IYER Overseas 2015-2016 31580 ANIMAL


WELFARE
ACTIVITIES

JAIN SOCIETY ANIMAL


OF SEATTLE Overseas 2015-2016 259390 WELFARE
USA ACTIVITIES

MARCHING ANIMAL
ANIMAL TRUST Overseas 2015-2016 397184 WELFARE
SCOTLAND ACTIVITIES

WORLDWIDE ANIMAL
VATERINARY Overseas 2015-2016 666357 WELFARE
SERVICE UK ACTIVITIES

GAIL A
ANIMAL
FLIESBACH
Overseas 2015-2016 201254 WELFARE
FOUNDATION
ACTIVITIES
USA

HELPS ANIMAL
ANIMALS INDIA Overseas 2015-2016 165451 WELFARE
USA ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HUMANE
Overseas 2016-2017 4050000 WELFARE
SOCIETY
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HUMANE
Overseas 2016-2017 231980 WELFARE
SOCIETY USA
ACTIVITIES

SOCIAL ANIMAL
SQUARE Overseas 2016-2017 36746 WELFARE
VENTURES USA ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
DOGS TRUST
Overseas 2016-2017 188300 WELFARE
LONDON
ACTIVITIES

HUMANE ANIMAL
SOCIETY Overseas 2016-2017 248936 WELFARE
AUSTRALIA ACTIVITIES
LEE NEREIDES
ANIMAL
LOVES
Overseas 2016-2017 503323 WELFARE
ANIMALS
ACTIVITIES
FRANCE

JAIN
ACADEMIC ANIMAL
FOUNDATION Overseas 2016-2017 103934 WELFARE
OF NORTH ACTIVITIES
AMERICA

ETHICAL
ANIMAL
CONSUMER
Overseas 2016-2017 105179 WELFARE
RESEARCH
ACTIVITIES
ASSO LTD UK

MARCHING
ANIMAL ANIMAL
WELFARE Overseas 2016-2017 1323410 WELFARE
TRUST ACTIVITIES
SCOTLAND

MRS CAMERON ANIMAL


ROLLO GREAT Overseas 2016-2017 1227 WELFARE
BRITAIN ACTIVITIES

EK DISHA NON ANIMAL


PROFIT INC Overseas 2016-2017 131802 WELFARE
USA ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HUMANE
Overseas 2013-2014 677923 WELFARE
SOCIETY USA
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
DAYANAND R
Overseas 2013-2014 6453 WELFARE
GUMMI USA
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HUMANE
Overseas 2013-2014 2089772 WELFARE
SOCIETY RGA
ACTIVITIES

Overseas 2013-2014 963158 ANIMAL


B C MEHTA
WELFARE
TRUST UK ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
UMA N IYER Overseas 2013-2014 62384 WELFARE
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
HELPS ANIMAL
Overseas 2013-2014 435470 WELFARE
INDIA USA
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
CHANDRIKA
Overseas 2013-2014 17662 WELFARE
SHAH
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
ELA LAXMIDAS
Overseas 2013-2014 916200 WELFARE
ANANDJI UK
ACTIVITIES

ANIMAL
MIKESH K
Overseas 2013-2014 13514 WELFARE
SAPARIA USA
ACTIVITIES

Contact Details
Address 4-T, DCM BUILDING 16, BARAKHAMBA ROAD

City NEW DELHI

State DELHI

Telephone Not Available

Mobile No 9911484006

Website Url Not Available

E-mail pfadcmho(at)gmail[dot]com
Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre

India's oldest and Asia’s largest all-animal shelter, the Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre
(SGACC) was founded in 1980 from a legacy bequeathed by the late Mrs Ruth Cowell of
New South Wales, Australia to Sanjay Gandhi.
A foundation set up in her memory, The Ruth Cowell Foundation, resolved to establish an
animal care centre in Delhi that would serve as a prototype for other centres around India.
The hospital-cum-shelter was envisaged as a 24x7 facility that would rescue, home, treat,
and rehabilitate animals; serve as a training centre for vets and animal handlers; run an
OPD; offer diagnostic services; provide burial facilities; and serve as a holding centre for
animals of cruelty cases.

Inaugurated in September 1983, the SGACC is home to over 3000 animals at any given
point. Spread over four acres of tree covered land in West Delhi’s Raja Garden, between
Shivaji College and the Home Guards' HQ, it assures space in a secure natural
environment for animals and birds. SGACC is open 24/7 and runs a round-the-clock free
animal ambulance service and helpline. Its busy OPD treats over 200 animals a day
providing medical, diagnostic, surgical, and dental services. It is part of the city
municipality's ABC (Animal Birth Control) programme wherein it sterilises and vaccinates
street dogs. It works closely with the police to take in and care for animals confiscated in
cruelty cases such as overloading and neglectful ownership. It organises a thrice weekly
adoption stall at a shopping mall through which it has placed over 2000 Indian puppies in
loving homes. Under the patronage of Maneka Gandhi, this pioneering facility named after
her husband, Sanjay Gandhi, has thus flourished into a well-staffed, well-equipped,
veterinary centre that is a boon for animals and their well wishers.

While the Chairperson, Maneka Gandhi, visits regularly and is actively involved, the day-
to-day management is headed by the Hospital Director while veterinary services are
supervised by the Medical Director. Each separate department has an administrative head.

Vision

SGACC believes that animals are people too. Like us, they too are entitled to the right to
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As the planet's most vulnerable inhabitants, they
deserve our strongest support.

Mission

SGACC mission is to provide sick, wounded, and abandoned animals food, shelter,
medication, kindness, safety, and care, for as long as they need it.

Values

SGACC accepts all (any number, any type) animals that need help. It does not set a limit
on the number of animals it is ready to house, nor does it euthanise animals on account of
so-called constraints of space. While it is a no-kill shelter, it will and does euthanise animals
that are in extreme pain and beyond recovery. It sees its job as not so much as to prolong
life, but to curtail suffering. Recumbent animals with broken spines, cases where maggots
have eaten into the brain, and any other instance where treatment would hurt more than
help, are fit cases for euthanasia. SGACC does not believe in killing for food. It does not
purchase meat, but obtains meat waste from hotels for consumption by its dogs, cats and
birds of prey.

SGACC Objectives include

• To prevent cruelty and secure the welfare of animals throughout India. In the initial
phase, the area of operation to be restricted to the Union Territory of Delhi.
• To alleviate animal suffering and instill a feeling of compassion in people so that
they may realize their responsibility as humans to protect animals.
• To initiate, promote, and advance legislative and other measures, calculated to
encourage kindness, discourage cruelty, and stimulate human sentiment towards the
care and treatment of animals.
• To assist in the establishments of panjrapoles and sanctuaries to give shelter to birds
and animals in sickness and old age.
• To synchronize its operations with other voluntary agencies and associations,
including local bodies as well as the State and Central governments for the
promotion of projects and programmes designed to curtail animal suffering.
• Sensitising owners to the needs of their animals which includes providing proper
food, shelter, attention, and opportunity to exercise.
• Controlling the homeless animal population through sterilisation and an active
adoption programme that promotes the virtues of Indian dogs as companion
animals.
• Discouraging the breeding and buying of dogs.
• Raising awareness about the helpline and ambulance services so that sick and
wounded animals may receive timely aid.
• Constant upgradation of veterinary skills and services.
• Improving efficiency to prevent loss, neglect, or ill-treatment of any SGACC housed
animal.