Chinmayanand case: The girl pleaded this to the Supreme Court Judges
Chinmayanand case: The girl pleaded this to the Supreme Court Judges

NEW DELHI: In the case of former Union Minister and BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand and a law student, a number of new things have come to light on Friday. The victim, who was safely recovered from Dausa district of Rajasthan, was presented before the Supreme Court on Friday (20) evening amid tight security by UP police. SP (rural) Aparna of Shahjahanpur district of UP, reached Delhi along with the victim at around 5 p.m.

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The victim was presented in front of Justice R. Bhanumathi and Justice A.S. Bopanna. For quite a while, there was a closed-door conversation between the student and the Supreme Court judges. After the talk was over, Justice R. Bhanumathi said that "the student has refused to go to UP. She has also said that she should be kept in strict security in Delhi until she meets her parents".

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The Supreme Court then ordered the Delhi Police to provide for the safety of the victim. Also, make arrangements to bring the parents of the girl from Fatehpur Sikri in Uttar Pradesh to Delhi safely. Sources said the student accused BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand of sexual assault. She told the judges that she had left Shahjahanpur because of fear. She was helped by three or four students from his own college to go to a safe place. While she was hiding with her friends, she and her friend were recovered by the police from Rajasthan.

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