Asaram`s cook agrees to turn approver: Reports
Zee Media Bureau
Surat: In yet another blow to self-styled godman Asaram, his longtime cook has reportedly agreed to turn approver against him, Surat police claimed on Monday.
According to reports, Surat police is likely to record Asaram`s cook Akhil`s statement today. The Gujarat police hope that Akhil`s statement might act as concrete evidence and can help it in strengthening the case against Asaram.
The development came hours after Supreme Court refused to restrain media from reporting cases of sexual assault filed against him and his absconding son Narayan Sai.
However, the apex court cautioned the media to responsibly report criminal cases involving the godman and his son. The apex court also directed the media to avoid sensationalising and present facts related to the cases involving the godman and his family members.
The apex court passed the order in response to a plea moved by the godman seeking a Supreme Court ban on media reporting cases against him and his son.
Asaram and his son Narayan Sai have both been accused in a sexual assault case by two Surat-based sisters.
Narayan Sai has been on the run despite a lookout notice against him. His anticipatory bail plea will be heard in a Surat court today.
Meanwhile, Asaram`s wife and daughter will also be produced before an SIT today.
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