According to a report, the Surat Police on Tuesday expressed fears that Narayan Sai may have escaped the country along with his mother and sister, via Nepal border, in an attempt to evade his arrest.
The report said that four police teams have been constituted to nab Narayan Sai and are on their way to Bihar to check at the Indo-Nepal border.
Once a lookout notice is issued against any person, then he/she cannot leave the country via any airport or seaport.
Sai, who was giving interviews to TV channels for defending his arrested father Asaram, suddenly disappeared from limelight since reports of him sexually assaulting a woman surfaced last week.
Since then, he has been absconding, after two sisters, who reportedly used to make ayurvedic medicines at their ashram, accused the father-son duo of sexually abusing them.
The Jhangirpura police station in Surat has booked Narayan Sai in cases of sexual assault, illegal confinement and other charges.
The elder sister, who claimed that she was assaulted by Asaram in 2000, also said that she joined Asaram's ashram in 1997 and stayed there for ten years, but she managed to escape from there in 2007.
A police team is on its way to Bihar to check at the Indo-Nepal border.
The sexual assault incident on younger sister reportedly took place when she was staying in ashram for three years, but later, she also escaped.