Chinese domain registrar misguided by fraud ntro employees taking money, sex bribes

If their lazy greedy mediocre cheater employees are not interested in paying the market price of many domain names, raw/cbi/ntro employees should be honest about the fact and leave the real domain investor alone, allowing her to sell domain names to whoever she wishes without harassing the buyer and seller.

For example for the last sale, ename was misguided that some management permission was required for sale by the sex worker, fraud pampering ntro employees, when the domain investor is not an employee of any organization, not getting a monthly government salary

Most domain investors in India are getting a R&AW salary however india’s largest female domain investor is not getting a salary because her fraud male btech 1993 ee classmates working in ntro, puneet , j srinivasan, vijay like puja hooda in the colors serial bepanah have got the lazy greedy google, tata supplied goan call girls, slim goan bhandari sunaina chodan 2013 bsc, goan gsb fraud 2012 diploma holder siddhi mandrekar, nayanshree hathwar 2005 bbm, riddhi nayak, naina and other frauds R&AW/cbi jobs falsely claiming that these lazy greedy call girls and cheaters who never answered jee were their btech 1993 ee classmate
Puja hooda at least asked her husband before giving his money to her lover , these cheater liar ntro employees have never contacted the domain investor for more than 25 years, yet have stolen her resume, savings, correspondence, for their real girlfriends in one of the greatest frauds in India

As a private citizen, she is free to sell or buy anything including domain names investing her own hard earned money, the indian government and its fraud ntro, raw, cbi employees have no right to interfere . The shameless fraud liar officials like mandrekar, nayak, caro, pritesh chodan are free to speak rubbish, make any fake verbal claims about domain ownership,dupe people, it will not change the reality of who really owns and controls the domain names of india’s largest female domain investor