DEEPIKA, JACQUELINE, SONAKSHI ARE ‘MARRIED’, REPORTS MEDIA
The news from Bollywood is scandalous and appalling and concerns the most gorgeous ones of the screens. And the news published online states that Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez and Sonakshi Sinha have a married status.
The astonishing and unusual news got highlighted via the online portal of the Food and Civil Supplies Department of Farrukahabad District. It is here that data appeared which showed that ration cards had been issued in the names of the three famous actresses, and their marital status was,’married’.
More twist was added by the news that the authorities of the Food and Civil Supplies Department in Sahebganj village under Qayamganj tehsil in Farrukhabad district had also issued a ration card in the name of Rani Mukherjee. As for Rani Mukherjee her status appears as married and she is actually married also. But there is a twist to that also. Her husband’s name appears as Ramroop whereas she is the wife of producer director husband Aditya Chopra.
The social activists responsible for the disclosures have also shared the digitized numbers of the gorgeous ones. Deepika’s digitized ration card number is 215920119259. Number of Jacqueline is 215920119257; Rani Mukherjee has the number 215920119261, and Sonakshi’s number is.
Another interesting aspect to this scenario is that those who carried out this fraud applied for a ration card for Deepika under the general category, while mentioning Jacqueline, Rani and Sonakshi as “backward”. And the ration cards were obtained the `Antoyadaya’ scheme, stating that these actresses had an annual income of Rs 18,000.
Based on a complaint lodged by a social activists group, the District Magistrate of Farrukhabad has initiated an inquiry.
The blaze causing data got highlighted when the activists from Sahebgan saw the big Bollywood names when work was being done to verify the credentials of ration card holders attached to a store linked to the online website of the local Food and Civil Supplies Department.
Social activists said the cards are provided by the government to help the poor, but they are being misused with fake cards being issued under fictitious and even celebrity names. The activists accused the owner of the ration shop in question of making false cards.
Admitting anomalies, SDM of Qayamganj Ajit Singh said, “The error will be rectified and a show-cause notice has been issued to the concerned authorities. We will conduct proceedings and punish the culprit.”