According to the latest reports, the Surat police may issue non-bailable arrest warrant against 41-year-old Narayan Sai, who has been brazenly evading law, since one of the two sisters accused him of sexually assaulting her.
The Surat police on Thursday told the Surat sessions court that Sai may have faked his signature on his affidavit for anticipatory bail in the sexual assault of the younger sister.
Today, the bail plea of Narayan Sai was adjourned for Friday.
Sai may have faked his signature on his affidavit for anticipatory bail.
Last week, the Surat police had issued a look out notice against Narayan Sai, who had disappeared after sexual assault complaint against him was reported.
However, he had issued advertisements in Gujarati newspapers that he was not hiding or missing and also denied rape charges against him.
Today, police have claimed to have found mobile number of Delhi-based Monica Agarawal who allegedly used to 'arrange' girls for Sai.
Surat police yesterday sent a police team to Delhi to gather evidence against Narayan Sai following a complaint of sexual assault registered by two sisters against the father-son duo.
His father Asaram Bapu , 72, was brought to Ahmedabad on Monday evening on a transit remand from a court in Jodhpur, where he was lodged in a jail since August in another sexual assault case.
A magisterial court in Gandhinagar remanded Asaram in four-day police custody.