Nityananda latest news – Ahmedabad: Interpol has issued a blue corner notice to help locate Swayambhu Baba Nityananda. Gujarat police gave this information on Wednesday. He fled India last year after a rape case was filed against Nityananda swamy in Karnataka.
The state police has revealed the move in a charge sheet filed in a local court in connection with the FIR lodged against her in November last year after the disappearance of two girls from Nityananda’s ashram here. Deputy Superintendent of Police Katie Kamariya said, Interpol has issued a blue corner notice against the controversial Swayambhu Baba this month. The police said that they were working on it that now a red corner notice should be issued against them by Interpol. A Blue Corner Notice is issued to locate or obtain information about a person in connection with a criminal investigation, while a Red Corner notice is issued for the arrest of a wanted person. Stay with us with more updates on nityananda latest news.
Rape case filed against baba Nityananda swamy.
The Bidadi police station in Ramanagara had registered a first information report under the above sections on the basis of a complaint from a former student to the Chennai police in early 2010.
The case was forwarded to the Central Investigation Department soon after the Bidadi police opened an investigation.
Nithyananda had twice asked for the arrest on the case, but had managed to postpone the process by turning to higher courts and changing his mind from time to time. He had also submitted a fabricated impotence report. He also allegedly filed false cases against the victim and the witnesses. He had approached the Karnataka Supreme Court four times in this case and recently.
In 2014, the Supreme Court rejected a petition from Nithyananda attempting to dismiss the charges against him. But in 2017, the Apex court asked the Ramanagara court in Karnataka to file charges against him and to conduct a speedy trial.
However, in March 2018, Nithyananda changed his stance on impotence at the Karnataka Supreme Court, claiming he had had “consensual sex” with the victim – a major U-turn from earlier.
Nithyananda has been on the news for wrong reasons since then and several regional channels had broadcast a clip of Godman in a compromising position with an actor.