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Rape: Asaram's son Narayan Sai's code words to use women revealed

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Sai's code words to use women revealed
New Delhi, Nov 13: Earlier it was reported how Asaram Bapu, the self-proclaimed godman, allegedly used code words while directing his aides to entrap a girl for him. Now, it seems that his son Narayan Sai too had followed the path shown by his father.

According to latest TV reports, Sai too used to follow few code words which helped his associates to understand his needs regarding women. According to a report by India TV, his followers, while supplying girls for Sai, used code words such as --

To get a new girl ready for Sai - "Lal Tilak laga liya hai" (She's sported a red tilak)
To get previous sadhak girls ready - "Chandan ka tilak laga liya hai" (She's sported a chandan tilak)
To choose a new girl - "Bhagwan ka bhog taiyar ho gaaya hai' (Bhagwan's dish is ready)
To keep girl in ashram -" Tilak Mitne na Paaye -Munh mat dhona" (Don't wash the face, the tilak must remain)

Gujarat Police reportedly found such shocking news after interrogating Ganga, one of the close aides of Sai. The cops arrested Ganga who has also been accused of supplying girls to Sai.

Get News Girl: "Lal Tilak laga liya hai" (She's sported a red tilak)

According to media reports, during police interrogation, Sai's aide Ganga informed that Sai had physical relation with her younger sister and both of them have a love child. Ganga, who was accused of supplying girls to Sai, recently has been arrested by Gujarat Police.

Meanwhile, a local court declared Sai as a proclaimed absconder. The son of the controversial spiritual leader has been evading arrest for over a month in connection with the sexual assault case lodged against him by one of the two Surat-based sisters.

Local police is not able to trace Sai even 35 days after registration of the alleged rape case against him and his father Asaram by the sisters.

The court has asked Sai to appear before investigating officer or court within 30 days from the day of declaration of 'proclamation for person absconding'.

In case of non-appearance within 30 days, the court said proceedings will be initiated against Sai under section 83 of CrPC, which entails seizure of personal property. Asaram is currently in the judicial custody.

Rajasthan Police arrested him from his Indore ashram. The 72-year-old has been accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at his ashram near Jodhpur on Aug 15. He is also accused of raping one of the two Surat-based sisters.

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