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Remove the QR code near the BIP gate and Nandi of Kedarnath temple, the temple committee told the QR code to be fake

Temple committee gave Tahrir to the police, DM Mayur Dixit sat the investigation, strict action will be taken in the matter

Rudraprayag. Two fake QR codes were installed near BIP Gate and Nandi of Kedarnath Temple. While neither the temple committee nor the administration was aware of this. It has been removed after coming to the notice of the temple committee. Tahrir has been given in the police. And DM Mayur Dixit said that strict action will be taken in this matter.
On April 26, a day after the temple of Kedarnath Dham opened, two big size QR codes were installed by some unknown person at two places in the temple, outside BIP Gair and near Nandi just in front of the temple. When the temple committee suspected this, they took information about the QR code from the administration and others, but this QR code was not installed by anyone. After which this QR code was removed by BKTC.
An inquiry has also been set up in this matter. RC Tiwari, the executive officer of the temple committee, said that the matter is being investigated at the departmental level. On behalf of the temple supervisor, a complaint has been given in the Kedarnath police post in this matter. On the other hand, District Magistrate Mayur Dixit told that BKTC has been asked to investigate. Strict action will be taken in this matter.
On the other hand, BKTC President Ajendra Ajay told that these boards were installed on the day of opening of the doors in both the dhams. On coming to the notice of BKTC officials, the boards were removed the same day. BKTC officials first investigated the matter at their level. After this, on Sunday, Kedarnath temple officer has given Tahrir to Kedarnath police post and Kotwali on behalf of the officer in charge in Badrinath. Ajendra also informed that Paytm is not currently used by BKTC in its functioning

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