Karnataka HC seeks case diary in Nityananda case
Bangalore: The Karnataka High Court today
directed the CID, probing criminal and rape charges against
controversial self-styled godman Nityananda, to produce the
Justice Arali Nagaraj also directed police to file an
affidavit on the details of investigations so far conducted.
The judge expressed displeasure over the absence of
Investigation Officer K N Yogappa in the court and adjourned
the case till September 21.
Nityananda landed in controversy in March after local
TV channels aired a purported video footage showing him in a
compromising position with a Tamil actress.
He was arrested in Himachal Pradesh`s Solan district
on April 21 on charges, including rape.
He was granted conditional bail on June 11.
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