The court, however, ordered a lie detector test on the women who bobbitised godman Ganeshananda.
Although, the 23-year-old revealed to the police that she chopped off the 54-year-old Ganeshananda's genital after he harassed her sexually, later she dragged in the name of Ayyappa Das claiming she committed the crime at his behest.
The swami was unlikely to get bail soon for his offences, and hence a "criminal conspiracy" was hatched by "some activists of the Sangh Parivar" along with an "efficient criminal lawyer", the petition says. He has been under judicial custody and is now held as a remand prisoner at the special sub-jail here. Now, her boyfriend has come out to claim that the woman is under the strict control of some activists of the Sangh Parivar, reported The News Minute.
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But the case has taken several twists and turns.
But the swami told doctors that he himself had tried to sever his penis. Later, the young woman's mother gave a clean chit to the godman.
The law student petitioned the court stating that she had lost faith in the police and demanded a CBI inquiry into the episode that unfolded at her house in the capital early May 21. She retracted her statement last week, claiming the godman never misbehaved with her and that she was forced to implicate him in the case.
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The court also directed the woman to appear before it on June 22 to submit her statement regarding the lie detection and brain mapping tests.
Last week, the woman, in a letter to the godman's counsel, said that she did not attack the godman's genitals and that police fabricated the story. Ayyappadas said despite filing a complaint before the police, no action had been taken to release her from the illegal custody.
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