Kanta Prasad a.k.a Baba, the owner of the popular food stall ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ in Malviya Nagar, South Delhi, has filed complaint against Instagram influencer and YouTuber, Gaurav Wasan, for misappropriation of donation funds. ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ owner Kanta Prasad spoke to media on this entire matter. He accused Gaurav that he got the donation amount in his and his wife’s account. Earlier, Gaurav had first shared the video of ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ on social media and urged people to help the poor couple.
Kanta Prasad alleges that Gaurav has misappropriated the money in the name of helping him and his wife. He alleged that Gaurav had asked for the donation money in the name of himself, his wife and brother. Whereas, he was only given a cheque of Rs 2,33,677.
Kanta Prasad said in his charges that Gaurav had told someone that there are about 20 lakh rupees in our account, this thing has been leaked from there. As per Baba, Gaurav told him that only 2 lakh rupees came. Gaurav had said that Baba should not give his account number to anyone.
What Gaurav says on this?
Food vlogger Gaurav Wasan, while talking to media, dismissed all the allegations levelled against him and responded to the allegations sequentially. Gaurav said, “ On October 8th, 75 thousand cash was deposited in Baba’s bank account.
The bank informed the same day that 20-25 lakh rupees have come to Baba’s account, so the bank account has been temporarily blocked. Gaurav said, “More than 3 lakh money came to my account in the name of Baba. All the money was given to Baba through Cheque and NEFT.
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At the same time, Gaurav has claimed on his YouTube channel that he has not committed any dishonesty, and to prove his point, he will soon upload a verified statement of the bank in the form of a video.
Recently, Baba became famous after a video of ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ was shared on social media platforms. The video had become very viral on social media, in which he had expressed his grief over the financial crisis due to the failure of the shop during the lockdown.