Friday, June 24, 2011

Ratnakar, VS Seek Time To Set Record Straight

Satya Sai
Puttaparthi: Investigators probing seizure of close to Rs 35 lakh in Puttaparthi Andhra Pradesh High Court seeking a search warrant to check the Yajurveda Mandir, the late Sri Sathya Sai Baba private chamber, where conflicts arise statements Sathya Sai Central Trust, members of the RJ Ratnakar V. Srinivasan and like the rest, whose applications have been filed.

Although these reports are available, and Ratnakar Srinivasan Wednesday, claiming the duo at least three or four days to give their statements, referring to personal reasons. As the police investigation and accelerating government is also seeking to understand them, the members of the Sathya Sai Central Trust decided to meet on Friday set out a future course of action.
Government sources told the Express that Ratnakar and Srinivasan told officials. While Srinivasan requested time on the ground that his daughter-in-law had passed away recently Ratnakar understood to have cited health reasons.

These statements hold for all investigations.Satya Sai
hen, all submissions will be compared.

''If we find discrepancies, we will approach the court for a search warrant based on evidence Yajurveda Mandir (statements).

Even otherwise, should be sought as part of the Mandir uurimise''allikatest related to the probe said. Sleuth claims to have information about large amounts of cash, diamonds and gold hidden in the Yajurveda Sai Mandir Trust and faith in the inventory is just the tip of the iceberg.Satya Sai
Sources said investigators may also file charges, financial fraud, according to statements by Ratnakar and Srinivasan. But police are treading with caution, because so far nothing concrete has been found to confirm the "confiscation of cash 'stolen. The initial request form, and Srinivasan Ratnakar follows:?''If it was theft Yajurveda Mandir''Den other issues, money is the reason to wear them, why suddenly it was necessary, vehicles transporting money and why, when they had to make payments, they are not do not pay checks. Sources said the last few years, the government had never interfered in matters of trust and hard to actually doled out the exceptions.
"Generally the government has the power to the Board of Trustees at their side all the confidence, which may consist of even the IAS officers of the permanent habitat. Trust is given the difficult except for the Hindu Charitable and Charitable Societies Act, and similar other acts. Because of these reasons and the fact that all visitors to Prashant Nilayam is the top weapon the government has never bothered to poke his nose in matters of trust. Now, if it is necessary to do this, he can not do anything about it,''sources said, adding that government does not trust the right to appeal the case.

History, told media persons, said Ratnakar Trust will discuss the report commissioned by the government and the legal opinion, the decision is the same.

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