A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Arkansas alleges that an Indian American Pentecostal leader, K.P. Yohannan, is channeling millions of dollars from donors to his own business interests. The lawsuit also states that the organization failed to keep its promises to charitable donors and misappropriated funds. The suit claims that the organization misled donors about how the money would be used. The charity mobilizes funds from the US and Canada and its operations are active in India and the neighboring region of South Asia.
The income tax department in India has raided the residence of Kerala-born missionary K.P. Yohannan and his church, the Believers’ Church, and has been charged with fraud, bribery, and financial mismanagement. The ministry of finance said it had credible information that Yohannan used foreign donations that were tax-exempt to make personal transactions. The search-and-seizure action has included 66 places of worship and a medical college.
While the IRS is looking into the charges, it’s not obvious what the government’s next move will be in this situation. The IRS is asking for proof of bribery, mismanagement, or extortion. The IRS will decide whether the case is worthy of further prosecution. Gospel for Asia is now being sued to stop it from collecting any further contributions.
The case has also been characterized by several other issues, including the alleged misuse of funds donated by individuals. The nonprofit group has been accused of mismanagement of hundreds of millions of dollars. In addition, it has been criticized for building expensive headquarters and for misusing charitable funds. While Gospel for Asia claims that it is not responsible for the alleged misuse of funds, the IRS has ruled that it is a nonprofit organization.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Gospel for Asia, the Christian nonprofit founded by an Indian-American missionary in the Philippines. It is one of the largest Christian missions in the United States, but the claims against Yohannan have raised serious questions. In fact, the agency has been found guilty of fraudulently soliciting and misusing millions of dollars from donors in the United States.
The lawsuit claims that K.P. Yohannan and Gospel for Asia have mismanaged the charity’s funds. The organization has received over $300 million in charitable donations. However, officials of the organization have misused these funds and have abused the trust of donors. The money has been diverted to for-profit businesses and lavish headquarters.
The lawsuit claims that K.P. Yohannan and his organization are guilty of illegal activities. They have been convicted in other similar cases in the past. The alleged crimes are related to their use of charitable funds. The underlying fraud in the charity is related to the alleged fraudulent practices of both men. The church was sued by a third party, a non-profit that is associated with the Hindu community.