Sachi Ghatna: Asaram warns his followers of people planning to take control of his ashrams

28 Apr 2018 06:57 PM

Sachi Ghatna: Asaram warns his followers of people planning to take control of his ashrams

Updated 28 Apr 2018 06:57 PM

A purported audio clip of Asaram, serving a life term at a Jodhpur jail, has surfaced online in which the self-styled godman is heard telling a person over phone that his time behind bars is ephemeral and "good days will come".
According to Jodhpur Central Jail DIG Vikram Singh, the 15-minute audio clip might have been recorded during a telephone conversation Asaram had on Friday, two days after a Jodhpur court found him guilty and sentenced him to life in prison for raping a teenage girl in his ashram five years ago.
The call was made with permission from jail authorities.

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