It was reported that Dharmesh had helped Sai to abscond the law. In a joint operation with Delhi Police, Gujarat Police nabbed Dharmesh from the national capital. The cops earlier had raided several places but returned in empty hands as they failed to trace Sai's whereabouts.
Earlier Mohit Bhojwani, another aide of Sai, was arrested in connection with the rape cases filed by two Surat-based sisters. According to sources, police found shocking information regarding Sai from Bhojwani.
Arrested Dharmesh had helped Narayan Sai to abscond the law
The cops discovered contact numbers of Delhi-based Monica Agarwal who allegedly had arranged women at several occasions at different places for Sai. Another man, who has been identified as Hanuman, a native of Bihar, has also been accused of pressurising many women to go to Sai who later allegedly had exploited them sexually.
Sai has been evading arrest ever since the younger sister of the duo claimed that he had raped several times at different places between 2001 to 2005. Lookout notice has been issued against Sai and his mother Lakshmi and sister Bharati. Lakshmi and Bharti were granted anticipatory bail on Thursday. A court will hear Sai's bail plea of Friday.
The self-styled godman Asaram was arrested from his ashram in Indore. He has been accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at his ashram near Jodhpur in Rajasthan on Aug 15. Later the elder sister of the two Surat-based women hurled rape charges against the septuagenarian. currently, Asaram has been sent to Gujarat police custody.