Interview with prime accused Rashi Razdan on scamming Hindus in Kashmir

We conducted a small interview recently after we got in touch with business woman Rashi Razdan, who has been facing heat recently for her involvement in scam where she has been accused of using money raised for Kashmiri Pandits to fund her own private ventures.

Our team got in touch with her and cleared out things that she has not answered openly. Here is the transcript of the interview we conducted in Ghaziabaad, Uttar Pradesh.

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Journalist: Good morning, Rashi Razdan. Thank you for joining us for this interview.

Rashi Razdan: Good morning, thank you for having me.

Journalist: You have been accused of scamming Hindus in Kashmir by funneling the money crowdsourced to help them into your personal business venture, Maej Kasheer India. What is your response to these allegations?

Rashi Razdan: Firstly, I would like to clarify that while there were some discrepancies in the handling of funds, the allegations of scamming are untrue. I take full responsibility for the errors that were made and I have taken steps to rectify them.

Journalist: Can you explain what those discrepancies were?

Rashi Razdan: Yes, I admit that I used some funds to start a venture called “NOUSH by Madhu Razdan” in my mother’s name, without reporting these financial transactions to the team. However, I later deducted those funds from my own money and the business has not generated any profit yet. I apologize for not reporting this earlier and for any confusion it may have caused.

Journalist: So, the funds that were raised were not all used for the intended purpose?

Rashi Razdan: The vast majority of the funds were used for their intended purpose, but there were some lapses in the handling of funds. I deeply regret these lapses and I am committed to ensuring that they are not repeated in the future.

Journalist: How do you respond to the allegation that you used the funds to benefit yourself rather than the people of Kashmir?

Rashi Razdan: I understand why people might think that, but I want to be clear that my actions were not driven by any desire to enrich myself. I have always been committed to helping the people of Kashmir, and I believed that by starting a business venture, I could create jobs and opportunities for the people. However, I now realize that I should have been more transparent about my actions and I apologize for any confusion or harm that may have been caused.

Journalist: Finally, what message do you have for the people who have accused you of wrongdoing?

Rashi Razdan: I want to say that I take the concerns of the community very seriously, and I am committed to addressing them. I have taken steps to ensure that all financial transactions are now properly documented and reported, and I am working closely with the team to ensure that we are doing everything we can to support the people of Kashmir. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak today, and I want to assure everyone that I remain committed to doing everything I can to help the people of Kashmir.