For the molestation case, Swami Om granted anticipatory bail


Controversial Godman Swami Om who was a part of Bigg Boss last season was seen making a few visits to the court because of some pending cases on him while he was on the show. Be that as it may, he was removed from the house because of his terrible behaviour and after that he made news for all the wrong reasons. He was likewise in the headlines for an attack case and the most recent refresh to the case is that a court here has conceded anticipatory bail to previous ‘Bigg Boss’ competitor and self-announced godman Swami Om, who was blamed for molesting and threatening a lady, court sources said on Thursday.

Special Judge Sanjay Garg on Tuesday permitted the expectant bail appeal of Swami Om and requesting that he outfit a personal bond of Rs 25,000.

The court order went ahead the ground of equality as co-denounced Santoshanand was conceded bail by the Delhi High Court on May 5.

Asserting guiltlessness, Swami Om’s counsel A.P. Singh told the court that he was erroneously involved.

He guaranteed the court that if allowed anticipatory bail, Om would not use his freedom.

In her complaint to Indraprastha Estate police headquarters, the lady had blamed Swami Om and Santoshanand for wrongful limitation and injurious behavior, and committing shocking acts.

The lady complained that the blamed tore her garments on February 7.