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Puttaparthi’s Ratnakar to be re-investigated by High Court

Posted by robertpriddy on January 19, 2018

Reopen Ratnakar case: High court to police

The Hyderabad High Court has directed the additional director general of police, CID of AP, to re-investigate the case against Mr Ratnakar, trustee of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, pending at the Puttaparthi police station.

Justice B. Siva Sankar Rao was allowing a petition by Mr M. Ganapathy Raju, nephew of the late Satya Sai Baba, challenging the inaction of the police in probing the case lodged against Mr Ratnakar in 2013. The court directed the CID chief to call for records from the local police, whether it was pending investigation or if any final report had been filed, and re-investigate the case including any part of investigation that might have been done.

Mr Ratnakar bore a grudge against him as he had exposed the alleged attempts of the trustee to hand over the airport at Puttaparthi, which belongs to the trust, to some private persons and lodging a case. He alleged that the local police had connived with Mr Ratnakar and not investigated the case. He claimed that the police had lodged a case against him under the SC, STs Prevention of Atrocities Act at the instance of Mr Ratnakar. He also alleged that Mr Ratnakar had created a fake mail ID in his name and sent mails to senior trustees claiming that he was demanding Rs 25 lakh.

Mr Raju moved another petition seeking to quash the case pending against him. The judge refused to quash the case and told the petitioner to raise all the grounds he agitated before this court during the trial before the lower court. Allowing Mr Raju’s petition for handing over the case against Mr Ratnakar to the CID, the judge noted that only a magistrate court or special judge concerned, where the investigation is pending, can ask for any further investigation but has no right to order re-investigation. Re-investigation can be ordered only by constitutional courts either by invoking Section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code or Article 226 of the Constitution.

See also:-
Sai Trust: Ratnakar alleged violence and embezzlement May 9, 2013  It has long been known that Sathya Sai Baba’s nephew has a very bad personal reputation among many SB devotees, including much of Sai Baba’s family. The present news report tells its own story. The news broke on a Telugu news channel, where Sai Baba’s relative, Ganapati Raju, also said that it was Ratnakar’s bad luck […]

Sathya Sai Baba Anniversary News: R.J. Ratnakar accused of serious financial crime by a relative   April 24, 2012 Sathya Sai Baba’s nephew R J Ratnakar, who took over the key position in the multi´billion dollar Sai Central Trust., has been accused of embezzlement by one of the relatives of Sathya Sai Baba, Ganapathi Raju (also according to the Deccan Herald):- “Ganapathi Raju, one of the relatives of baba, on Sunday issued a press […]

Sai Trust not yet transparent, despite Ratnakar’s bluster June 30, 2011  Sathya Sai Baba’s nephew Ratnakar’s bold statement that the Sai Trust was fully transparent is refuted by the very fact that the Trust has been issued an ultimatum to make their assets public inside 7th July, 2011, by the Andhra Pradesh government. This has not yet happened! The facts may have been fully transparent to […]


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