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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Nithyananda devotee lodges plaint against Lenin

MK Madhusoodan & Srikanth Hunasavadi / DNA
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 9:46 IST

Bangalore: A criminal complaint was on Monday filed against Karuppa Lenin, who claimed to have shot a sleaze video purportedly featuring self-styled godman Paramahamsa Nithyananda and an actress.
Police registered the complaint after receiving Nithyananda’s approval.

K Yogesh, an advocate and devotee of Nithyananda, lodged the complaint with the Bidadi police, accusing Lenin of trespassing into the godman’s spiritual headquarters, Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam, in Bidadi.

Lenin had on March 4 this year lodged a complaint against Nithyananda with the Chennai police commissioner, accusing his former spiritual leader and employer of several criminal acts, including rape. Lenin was previously working as Nithyananda’s driver.

In his complaint, Yogesh said Lenin’s actions amounted to an “offence against the society” and forgery under Section 39 of the Criminal Procedure Code and Section 456 of the Indian Penal Code, respectively. The complainant further said that the former driver, being an offender himself, had no locus standi to lodge a complaint against Nithyananda.

Lenin had earlier claimed to be behind capturing the controversial visuals, using a hidden video camera in Nithyananda’s bedroom.

The visuals were telecast by a private television channel on March 2.

Incidentally, the Bidadi police had initially refused to register the complaint on Saturday.

After Yogesh had approached them, the police reportedly contacted the ashram. Nithyananda had earlier told the police that he would protect his interests, and his devotees need not be entertained in the controversial case.

Following the police’s denial to register the case, the advocate approached the director-general of police, Ajai Kumar Singh, and senior officers in Bidadi, including the deputy superintendent and the superintendent of police.

Several city-based advocates too supported Yogesh.

The police registered the complaint only after receiving expert legal opinion, which ran into 20 pages.

With the complaint being registered, Lenin would now face investigation, and perhaps, even arrest.

“It is practically impossible for the law to forgive Lenin for his act of criminal trespass. Since Lenin himself has admitted to the same, nothing remains for the police, except to arrest him, record his statement and prosecute him for his acts,” Yogesh, a resident ofByadarahalli, told this newspaper.

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