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Questions about donations to Sikh temple victims

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 OAK CREEK (WKOW) -- A temple priest is raising questions about whether donations made to victims of the Sikh temple shooting are being misused.

A survivor of the shooting, Santokh Sing, was injured in the 2012 mass shooting, which left six dead at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.

The priest wants to know where the donated money is going.
Singh's attorney says the temple and the member who helped handle the donations, Amar Kaleka, have yet to respond.

Kaleka's father died in the shooting, and he's now running for congress.

Keleka says the temple's attorney has responded to those requests.

"There has been no misuse of funds. There has been no co-mingling of funds. There have been no funds that have been diverted," said Kaleka.

Kaleka is one of two democrats running to unseat republican Rep. Paul Ryan.



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