More valuables found in Sathya Sai's personal chamber

Late Sathya Sai Baba
Puttaparthi, Jul 19: More valuables have been found from Sathya Sai Baba's secret chamber - Yajur Mandir in a re-inspection by the government officials. A detailed list of inventory is being prepared by the officials who found 340 kg of silver, 5.8 crore worth gold and at-least 2 crore in cash.

"We have made the inventory of gold items, which is not yet complete. So far we have got 34.438 kg gold worth Rs 5.85 crore. They were in different packets in different sizes. They were all unsealed and have been counted," said V Gurudas, Anatpur Collector after valuables were found at Sathya Sai's personal chamber.

According to the officials, the inventory is not complete and will continue for the next three days. The door of Yajur Mandir, residence of late Sathya Sai Baba was reopened in Puttaparthi on Jul 18.

The re-inspection was ordered by the state government after controversies started flooding over Sai Baba's abode when it was opened for the first time on Jun 16.

According to reports, only 8 out of 12 rooms of the Yajur Mandir were opened at first. The remaining four are said to be of biometric locks, which only Baba's personal caretaker, Sathyajit has access to.

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