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Nithyananda claimed that he had done nothing illegal
Self-styled Godman Swami Nithyananda, who was in an eye of storm after having been caught in camera in a compromising position with a Tamil film actress, today claimed that he had done nothing illegal, even as special teams fanned out to several states to find the whereabouts of the Swamiji.
Speaking in a VCD, sent through his lawyer, the Godman, without going into the specifics of the controversy surrounding his sleazy acts, said neither he nor the Ashram run by him had committed any wrong doing.
”Neither I nor the Ashram had done anything illegal,” he said, speaking in Tamil in the CD, without confirming or denying his sleazy acts.
The VCDs, sent by the Godman from an undislcosed destination, to the Ashram lawyer, were circulated to a section of the media today.
The contents of the speech were telecast by a private Tamil Satellite Channel which had beamed the pictures of the Godman with the actress.
He said he was in the process of collecting details and truth with regard to the charges and allegations levelled against him.
Observing that he would face them legally, the Godman said he would soon place the entire truth before the public after collecting all necessary details and evidence.
The Godman’s statement comes a day after his former aide Nithya Dharmananda alias Lenin Karuppan, owned up having shot the sexual acts of his former Guru and distributed them to the media. He had claimed that he had shot the scenes of Nityananda in a compromising position with the actress with the help of the Ashram inmates in Bangalore and distributed the tape to the media to save the lives of young women devotees.
The former aide listed a slew of complaints against the ”Spiritual Guru” and alleged that Swami Nityananda, claiming himself as an ‘Avtar’ of Lord Krishna, had sexually exploited the women devotees, describing them as Gopikas.
The disciple of the Godman also alleged in his complaint that the the Swamiji and his supporters also threatened to eliminate him and he managed to escape from their clutches and reach Chennai.
Based on a complaint from Lenin, police have slapped six cases against the Godman, including cheating, criminal intimidation, sexual abuse, conspiracy, and for hurting the sentiments of Hindus.
Even as Chennai City Police Commissioner T Rajendran yesterday said all the cases pertaining to the Godman would be transferred to Bengaluru since the entire incident had taken place at the Ashram at Bidadi, three special teams formed to trace his whereabouts fanned to Bangalore, Coimbatore and Palakkad. Acting on reports that the Swamiji was reportedly staying in his Ashram in Palakkad, a team had been sent there to confirm the veracity of the reports, though the Ashram officials maintained that the Godman was participating in Khumbh Mela in North India.
Police sources said of the six cases registered against the Godman, five cases would be transferred to Bengaluru and the one pertaining to holding out murder threat to his former disciple Nithya Dharmananda, for filming the sleazy acts, would be probed by the City police.
After the probe, a report would be sent to the Bangalore police for further action.
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