Samaj Parivartana Samudaya (SPS) head S.R. Hiremath said he had not received any communication from the government regarding a probe against the samudaya.
Speaking to presspersons here on Monday, Mr. Hiremath said the State government had reportedly ordered a probe against the samudaya on October 30.
He said he was ready to face any inquiry as it would put an end to the allegations levelled by certain individuals and political leaders.
Moreover, people would come to know the reality when a government agency conducts the probe and put the inquiry report within the public domain, he said.
Mr. Hiremath said he had read about the probe ordered by the Additional Chief Secretary of the State Department of Co-operation against the alleged violations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
He questioned the State government’s authority in ordering the probe.
As the Act had been enacted by the Parliament, any probe had to be conducted by the Union government.
“Every year we submit an audit report to the Centre and copies of the report are sent to the State government,” he said.
Let us see what type of probe the state government conducts in this matter, he said.
Mr. Hiremath said he had faced several such pressure tactics but remained firm to his cause.
“It may be one more testing time. We have nothing to worry, nothing to fear. We will continue our work with renewed vigour,” he said.
I am ready to face any probe: Hiremath