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Jodhpur judge hearing Asaram Bapu's case warned of ‘adverse consequences’ if godman not granted bail

Bhaskar News | Last Modified - Sep 27, 2013, 04:08 AM IST

Addressed to the judge, it reportedly says that ‘you have committed a grave sin by sending Bapu to jail. If you do not grant him bail, be prepared to face the consequences’.
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    Jodhpur: The sessions judge hearing the case of controversial godman Asaram Bapu on Thursday received a postcard warning him of ‘adverse consequences’ if he didn’t let the 72-year old walk out on bail when the court assembles for next hearing.
    As soon the issue was brought to notice of authorities by Judge Manoj Kumar Vyas, police increased his security cover in and around his residence. Notably, this is the second instance of officials involved in the case receiving threats from alleged supporters of Asaram Bapu, accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year old girl inside his ashram. Earlier, Jodhpur Police officials had also complained of similar warnings.
    Police sources have told Bhaskar that the postcard has apparently been sent from Gulbarga district in Karnataka. Addressed to the judge, it reportedly says that ‘you have committed a grave sin by sending Bapu to jail. If you do not grant him bail, be prepared to face the consequences’.
    It is leant that investigation to track the sender is already on in full swing.
    Meanwhile, Asaram’s son Narayan Sai visited his father at the Jodhpur Central Jail on Thursday. Notably, it was his first visit in twenty-five days to his incarcerated father.
    Reportedly, the meeting in presence of jailor Samundar Singh lasted for around forty-five minutes.
    Click next to know what Narayan Sai said after the meeting..
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    Jodhpur: The sessions judge hearing the case of controversial godman Asaram Bapu on Thursday received a postcard warning him of ‘adverse consequences’ if he didn’t let the 72-year old walk out on bail when the court assembles for next hearing.
    As soon the issue was brought to notice of authorities by Judge Manoj Kumar Vyas, police increased his security cover in and around his residence. Notably, this is the second instance of officials involved in the case receiving threats from alleged supporters of Asaram Bapu, accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year old girl inside his ashram. Earlier, Jodhpur Police officials had also complained of similar warnings.
    Police sources have told Bhaskar that the postcard has apparently been sent from Gulbarga district in Karnataka. Addressed to the judge, it reportedly says that ‘you have committed a grave sin by sending Bapu to jail. If you do not grant him bail, be prepared to face the consequences’.
    It is leant that investigation to track the sender is already on in full swing.
    Meanwhile, Asaram’s son Narayan Sai visited his father at the Jodhpur Central Jail on Thursday. Notably, it was his first visit in twenty-five days to his incarcerated father.
    Reportedly, the meeting in presence of jailor Samundar Singh lasted for around forty-five minutes.
    Click next to know what Narayan Sai said after the meeting..
  • +3 See more slides
    Jodhpur: The sessions judge hearing the case of controversial godman Asaram Bapu on Thursday received a postcard warning him of ‘adverse consequences’ if he didn’t let the 72-year old walk out on bail when the court assembles for next hearing.
    As soon the issue was brought to notice of authorities by Judge Manoj Kumar Vyas, police increased his security cover in and around his residence. Notably, this is the second instance of officials involved in the case receiving threats from alleged supporters of Asaram Bapu, accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year old girl inside his ashram. Earlier, Jodhpur Police officials had also complained of similar warnings.
    Police sources have told Bhaskar that the postcard has apparently been sent from Gulbarga district in Karnataka. Addressed to the judge, it reportedly says that ‘you have committed a grave sin by sending Bapu to jail. If you do not grant him bail, be prepared to face the consequences’.
    It is leant that investigation to track the sender is already on in full swing.
    Meanwhile, Asaram’s son Narayan Sai visited his father at the Jodhpur Central Jail on Thursday. Notably, it was his first visit in twenty-five days to his incarcerated father.
    Reportedly, the meeting in presence of jailor Samundar Singh lasted for around forty-five minutes.
    Click next to know what Narayan Sai said after the meeting..
  • +3 See more slides
    Jodhpur: The sessions judge hearing the case of controversial godman Asaram Bapu on Thursday received a postcard warning him of ‘adverse consequences’ if he didn’t let the 72-year old walk out on bail when the court assembles for next hearing.
    As soon the issue was brought to notice of authorities by Judge Manoj Kumar Vyas, police increased his security cover in and around his residence. Notably, this is the second instance of officials involved in the case receiving threats from alleged supporters of Asaram Bapu, accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year old girl inside his ashram. Earlier, Jodhpur Police officials had also complained of similar warnings.
    Police sources have told Bhaskar that the postcard has apparently been sent from Gulbarga district in Karnataka. Addressed to the judge, it reportedly says that ‘you have committed a grave sin by sending Bapu to jail. If you do not grant him bail, be prepared to face the consequences’.
    It is leant that investigation to track the sender is already on in full swing.
    Meanwhile, Asaram’s son Narayan Sai visited his father at the Jodhpur Central Jail on Thursday. Notably, it was his first visit in twenty-five days to his incarcerated father.
    Reportedly, the meeting in presence of jailor Samundar Singh lasted for around forty-five minutes.
    Click next to know what Narayan Sai said after the meeting..

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