Bihar: Nirmaljit Singh globally known as Nirmal baba has stuck in to the case of fraud and forgery as a local court on Saturday served a non-bailable warrant against him. We tend to inform you that a month before Pardaphash raised a question against baba in which we asked him to explain the expenditure of the sum he collects from his Samagams (assembly).
In return, Pardaphash received a legal notice treating the defamatory lawsuit from Nirmaljit Singh Narulla.
Chief Judicial Magistrate Satyendra Rajak issued the arrest warrant against the Baba during hearing of the case lodged by one of his disciples Rakesh Kumar Singh. The warrant has been issued under sections 417, 419, 420.
A First Informative Report (FIR) was lodged at the Forbesganj Police Station on April 21 by complainant Rakesh. In his complaint, he stated that he had deposited Rs1000 in the Nirnaljit Singh’s account for getting an audience with him to get his financial problems resolved, but in actual that did not happen.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Delhi High Court issued notice to the central and Delhi governments seeking their replies on a petition for prosecution of Nirmal baba who is allegedly duping people by offering "magic treatment" to patients.
The division bench of Acting Chief Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice R.S. Endlaw sought response from the governments by July 4 and asked petitioner A.K. Jain to make city-based Nirmal Baba a party in the case.
Pardaphash will soon come back with an update on Nirmal Baba's case.