Andhra govt seeks report from Sai Baba Trust
AP govt sought a detailed report from the Satya Sai Central Trust about its activities, in the wake of seizure of cash.
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government on Monday
sought a detailed report from the Satya Sai Central Trust
about its activities, including financial, in the wake of
seizure of cash from the abode of the late spiritual leader.
Police have questioned two members of the Trust RJ
Ratnakar and V Srinivasan as part of the investigations into
the cash seizure case.
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, who had held an
emergency meeting with ministers Ponnala Lakshmaiah, N
Raghuveera Reddy, S Sailajanath and Chief Secretary SV Prasad
last week, has decided to seek a report from the Trust
following allegations of diversion of funds from Prasanthi
Political parties in the state, including ruing Congress,
have been demanding that the government immediately interfere
in the Trust`s functioning.
Accordingly, the government today sent a letter to the
Trust seeking a detailed report about its activities, official
The government also sought detailed information about
individual Trust members and their role in its activities, the