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Fundraising campaign goes wrong as lady claims to be Messiah, misusing the name of Kashmiri Pandits in America

Krystle Kaul Denies Allegations and Claims No One Has Requested Name Removal

Suhail Khan

Shocker: A lady who claimed herself as a Messiah for Kashmiri pandits has been exposed as a fake and fraud for allegedly using the names of reputed personalities in her fundraising campaign without their consent.

Krystle Kaul, who had earlier claimed in an interview with the Press Trust of India (PTI) that she is half Kashmiri Pandit and half Punjabi Sikh, has been accused of misusing the names of Kashmiri Pandits in America for her fundraising campaign without obtaining their consent.

She claimed to be the first-ever Kashmiri Pandit running for the United States Congress.

Krystle Kaul also claimed to have previously served in the US Army.

The primary election in Virginia is set for June 18, and Kaul is optimistic about securing the party’s nomination for the general elections scheduled for November 5.

Reliable sources have confirmed to Kashmir Despatch that Krystle Kaul, in her campaign funds for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District race, allegedly included names of respected individuals without their consent.

This act raises a lot of questions and casts doubt on her character. How could she go to such lengths for her own gain?

Sources reveal that a group of people, including doctors, were included in the list without their knowledge.

One of the victims, who wished to remain anonymous, confirmed to Kashmir Despatch that his name was also included in the list without his consent. He stated that as soon as he found out, he contacted Kaul and demanded that his name be removed. 

While she apologized and promised to take it down, nothing has changed so far.

He added that many other people have also fallen victim to this same deception.

He further stated that the poster has gone viral and has reached various forums across the USA.

When Kashmir Despatch contacted, Krystle Kaul denied the allegations and claimed that nobody has reached out to her to have their names removed from the list.

Regarding her background, she stated, “Yes, I grew up with a Kashmiri Hindu father and a Punjabi Sikh mother. I was raised with both cultures and religions. Growing up, I would visit both gurdwara and mandir.”

When asked about her identity in the Kashmiri Pandit and Sikh communities, she replied, “I consider myself part of both communities.”

Regarding her grandfather, she added that he has passed away.

Suhail Khan
Suhail Khanhttps://www.kashmirdespatch.com

Suhail Khan is a filmmaker, content writer, and freelance journalist.


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