Chinmayanand is again in controversy

Former Union Home Minister Swami Chinmayanand is once again in controversy after a law graduate girl student studying in his college sought protection from controversial Godman who allegedly ruined the lives of many girls. Soon after this disclosure by posting a video clip on her facebook page, the girl has gone missing and her mobile phone remained switched off for the last three days.

A law student studying in college owned by Swami’s Mumukhsh Ashram. She was seen crying and appealing to PM Narendra Modi and UP CM Yogi Adityanath in public domain for their intervention to ensure justice to her. She also alleged that Chinmayanand had threatened her by saying the district magistrate and other officials are in his pocket, and nothing will happen to him despite complaints. She also said therein that as a saint he has ruined the lives of several students, and says she has evidence against him, which is why she is requesting the PM and the CM to help her out.

Harish Chandra Sharma, visually perturbed, father of the missing girl, has filed a complaint with the SHO of Kotwali police station, mentioning the serious allegations made by her through facebook post against Chinmayanand, the head of the woman’s college, and that she has been missing since her video went viral on social media. A case of abduction has been registered and investigations are on against Swami Chinmayanand.

Meanwhile Swami has alleged that there is a conspiracy to extort Rs. Five Crores from him. He claims he had got extortion calls on August 22, 2019 and has therefore also filed an FIR against unknown people through his legal advisor Om Singh. Singh has submitted that Chinmayanand received a demand for Rs 5 crore via WhatsApp, with the sender also threatening he/she has a video that will be posted on the internet to spoil the politician’s image.

Chinmayanand is with BJP at the moment and is said to be close to UP CM Adityanath.
Politically considered a heavy weight Chinmayanand, is a former three-time BJP MP, having represented Jaunpur, Badaun and Machhlishahr. He was MoS Home Affairs in Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s government between 1999 and 2004.

Addressing media persons, Director General of Police O.P. Singh said the senior superintendent of the area had been instructed to thoroughly investigate the matter and efforts are on to trace the student.