Tigrett has also claimed that Sai Baba has left him (Tigrett) with instruction on how he (Sai Baba) wanted to see his ashram at Puttaparthi. Tigrett also claimed that Sai Baba's total empire is estimated of whopping Rs 40,000 crore.
However, the Sai trustees dismissed Tigrett's claim and said that Baba used to hold sessions with devotees and might have said something which was misunderstood by Tigrett. Trustees also criticised Tigrett over his "living will" statement. The trustees rejected to accept any such existence of "living will".
However, the startling announcement from Tigrett popped up when 11.5 crore rupees, 98 kilo gold and 307 kilo silver have been found from Sai's secret chamber - Yajur Mandir in Puttaparthi.
Sources claimed that Sai trustees expected to discover Sai's will in Yajur Mandir but their dream went in vain. The caretaker of the chamber Satyajit and RJ Rathnakar, nephew of Sai Baba were believed to be the most expected nominees of Sai's expected will.
Several money seizure incidents followed the opening of Baba's secret mandir and Andhra Pradesh police on Wednesday sent a legal notice to Sai trustees regarding the issue. Police sent notices to RJ Rathnakar and Venu Srinivasan.