Bpp liquidating trust
The second child scheme had a quarterly expenditure of over Rs 30 lakh.
While four BPP trustees have no objection to restoring the Parsi colonies to the Wadias, the other three, including Mehta, are against any such move.
“The situation is so bad that we will have to liquidate our fixed deposits, which earn us up to 10.5 per cent interest.
We are also considering increasing the rent, services charges and parking charges in our colonies to earn more money.“ He added, “Worse is that we cannot touch the Rs 120 crore stuck with the Wadia Committee of Management, even though it’s our money.“ The Mobed Amelioration Scheme is a welfare scheme for Parsis who become full-time priests. The Second Child Incentive Scheme is aimed at tackling the issue of dwindling population in the community.
BPP chairman Dinshaw Mehta confirmed that not a single paisa has been paid to any Parsi under the two community schemes since April.
The NCCO partnered with the Caribbean Community Climate Change Center (5Cs), the United Nations Development Programmes (UNDP) and the Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP) in hosting the workshop at the Ramada Princess hotel in Belize City on Wednesday and Thursday, April 26-27. Sargasso has once again invaded the shores of Ambergris Caye, and island residents are concerned about the health hazards that come with it. San Ignacio Medrete Town Hall B-Roll Residents of San Ignacio, Santa Elena & surrounding communities, take note of the dates (MAY 8-16th) for the upcoming free medical clinic at the Macal River Park in San Ignacio.
Another reason cited for the punchayet’s crisis is the ongoing litigation against `renegade’ priests, due to which the BPP has spent more than Rs 3 crore.
The crisis has led to the BPP stopping two of its more popular schemes, the Mobed Amelioration Scheme, which aims to help priests, and the Second Child Incentive Scheme.
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