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Narayan Sai brought to Surat; denies sexual assault allegations
Narayan Sai, son of controversial self styled god man Asram Bapu, who was on run for the past two months, has been brought to Surat today by the Gujarat police which got his 24-hours transit remand by a Delhi Court.

Sai has been arrested after a complaint had been lodged by two sisters in Gujarat against him and his father Asaram. The younger of the two sisters had alleged in her complaint that she had been raped continuosly by Sai and Asaram between 2002 and 2005 when she was living at the Surat ashram.

The elder sister had accused Sai's father Asaram in her complaint that the so-called godman repeatedly assaulted her sexually between 1997 and 2006 during the time she was living at his ashram on the outskirts of Ahmedabad.

Denying all the allegations against him, Sai, as reported by ANI, said, “This is a bad phase which will pass, and this is neither a favourable situation nor a unfavourable situation for me.”

Sai had been arrested along with his two close aides namely PSO Kaushal Thakur alias Hanuman (29) and driver Ramesh Malhotra (27), by Delhi police from Delhi-Haryana border. Gujarat police is seeking their custodial remand.

Along with the charges of rape, 40-year-old Narayn Sai has been facing the charges of unnatural sex, molestation, wrongful confinement, unlawful assembly, rioting armed with deadly weapon, criminal intimidation and criminal conspiracy of the IPC.

Asram Bapu is already behind the bars in Jodhpur after being arrested in September on the charges of allegedly raping a minor girl at his ashram in the city.

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