CID seeks narco test on three more Asaram ashramites

The CID (Crime) which is investigating into the mysterious deaths of two minor boys after they went missing from the Asaram Ashram in Ahmedabad in July last year...

Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published:March 14, 2009 3:35 am

The CID (Crime) which is investigating into the mysterious deaths of two minor boys after they went missing from the Asaram Ashram in Ahmedabad in July last year,on Friday sought permission from the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Ahmedabad to conduct narco analysis test on three more ashram inmates.

The three ashram inmates have been identified as Vikas Khemka,Minketan Patra and Uday Sangani.

According to CID (Crime) officials,the three are administrators of the ashram and seem to be hiding facts in connection with the deaths of the two children. The application is scheduled for hearing on March 27.

Police inspector H B Rajput who is investigating into the case said,“We have doubts that the three are hiding certain facts about the case and about the alleged black magic activities in the Asaram ashram.”

“We believe that they know something which can be crucial to the case. And therefore,we have demanded to conduct narco analysis test on them,” he added.

CID (Crime) officials have already sought the permission to take narco test of two other ashram inmates – Pankaj Saxena and Pankaj Bhati.

Following the approval of the Sessions Court to put the two under narco test,they challenged the same in the Gujarat High Court.

Two children were found dead in mysterious conditions from the Sabarmati riverbed after they went missing from the Asaram ashram- run Gurukul in July last year.

Following this,police have registered a case of accidental death and are investigating if there is any foul play behind the death. The parents of the two children allege that their sons had fallen prey to somebody from ashram practising black magic.

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