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“Founder of Old Champaran Meat House Scammed with Fake Award from Ada Sharma”

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 Mumbai/Patna: Business in Bihar Award Show was organized at Maurya Hotel, Patna. Many entrepreneurs, doctors and businessmen of Patna were invited to this award show. The chief guest of the program was The Kerala Story and Basti fame film actress Ada Sharma. In the same program, Old Champaran Meat House Patna’s founder Gopal Kushwaha was also invited to be honored with an award by taking money. When he reached the program, another person was honored with an award in the name of his brand Old Champaran Meat House by taking more money than him. When Gopal Kushwaha talked to the organizers of the program Alok Singh and Sachin Kumar on this subject, they behaved rudely and insultingly with him and said that they will talk to you later on this subject. On this subject, Gopal Kushwaha issued a press statement and said that this Business in Bihar event organization takes money and calls businessmen of Patna in the name of award show and gives awards to unregistered companies, which brings disrepute to the famous companies of Patna. Gopal Kushwaha said that Old Champaran Meat House is a big brand, many of which are running in Patna and Bihar without registration, and legal action is also going on against some people running them in the name of Champaran Meat House. Still, the founder of Business in Bihar, despite knowing all this, called some official person in greed of money and gave him awards. Mr. Kushwaha said that we are going to take legal action against this event company Business in Bihar for this fraud committed with us, and also told that Ada Sharma has no knowledge of this. Film actors participate in any kind of program without investigation just for their profit.


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