Key witness in Narayan Sai case not satisfied with protection
The key eye witness in the Narayan Sai case, Mahendra Chawla, on Tuesday claimed that he dissatisfied with the security provided to him by Haryana police.
Chandigarh: The key eye witness in the Narayan Sai case, Mahendra Chawla, on Tuesday claimed that he dissatisfied with the security provided to him by Haryana police.
"I am not satisfied by the security provided to me by Haryana police", he said talking to reporters here.
He said that he should be guarded by personnel of para military forces.
"Out of some six important witnesses in the case, two have been attacked," he said.
Chawala was attacked by an unidentified gunman in May at Panipat.
He demanded the case of attack on him to be probed by the CBI.
"If my demands are not met I will move the court soon," he added.
Meanwhile, Haryana police refrained from commenting on the issue.
On April 16, the Gujarat High Court granted conditional bail of three weeks to Narayan Sai, son of self-proclaimed godman Asaram, who has been behind bars for more than a year in connection with a rape case filed against him by a Surat-based woman.