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'Save my daughter from the 'Baba', they have hypnotised her'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Dec 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Jaipur, Dec 25: A farmer in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, has been struggling hard to free his daughter from the fortified walls of molestation-accused ‘godman’ Baba Virendra Dev Dixit’s Ashram in Delhi. The girl, med Tika, went missing from her house on November 9, 2017. The family alleges that one And who was from Pilani and who works as an “agent” brought the girl to the Delhi ashram in Vijay Vihar.

On the basis of an FIR lodged, a search warrant was issued on November 24, and Rajasthan Police came to Delhi to bring the girl back. However, Delhi Police allegedly made the team return on the ground that the warrant was not applicable in Delhi. A second warrant was issued and the Rajasthan Police was again in Delhi. This warrant clearly said that the girl should be produced in the Sub-Divisiol Magistrate (SDM) court and the police should work to bring her out. However, the girl could not be brought out from the clutches of the ashram.

The hapless father, Vijay Singh, speaking to IANS, said that when the Rajasthan Police went for the second time to Delhi with a new search warrant they were kept waiting for two days to meet his daughter.

This time again, police teams from Delhi and Mandrella, in Jhunjhunu, went inside the ashram, met the girl and came out saying she doesn’t want to return.

According to the norms, once search warrants are issued, the person has to be produced in the SDM court where his/her statements are taken. Despite the second warrant being sanctioned by the Delhi-based SDM, the warrant rules were not followed. The father complained that both times “norms were flouted as my daughter wasn’t produced in court either time”.

Vijay Singh alleged that his daughter has been “hypnotised, drugged and injected with certain medicines to the extent that her emotiol quotient has turned zero. She doesn’t reflect any emotions”.

“Initially, I and my son, went to meet her. After making us wait for around one and a half hours, my daughter came, along with five more females, and just uttered one sentence, ‘I want to be here’. Then she went inside. Her brother told her that her mother is unwell and she misses her a lot, but to no avail,” Singh recounted to IANS.

Vijay Singh said his daughter used to visit the Jaipur-situated ashram with her aunt and cousin. “And one fine day, when we started her marriage discussion, she left her house and came to Delhi to the Rohini-situated ashram of Virendra Dev.”(IANS)

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