Mahant of Lingayat Matth sexually harassed minors for more than 10 years, as revealed in the police investigation.
Karnataka Police has got a lot of information in the Lingayat Math sexual harassment case.
Investigations by the Karnataka Police have revealed that the accused saint Sivamurthy Muruga Sharanaru had allegedly sexually assaulted minor girls for over a decade.
Police sources gave this information on Monday. Shivmurthy Sharanaru is currently lodged in the district jail of Chitradurga.
Mahant of Lingayat Matth sexually harassed minors: Sexually abused for more than 10 years.
According to the police, several people have told that the accused has sexually abused minors at Chitradurga Muruga Matth for more than 10 years.
According to Sharan and Swamiji, a former member of Murugh Matth, some victims had to undergo abortions, while others left the monastery hostel and suddenly disappeared.
In which many people suffered more. He said that the accused seer had also used orphans in Matth.
The accused had also gone to Thailand
According to sources, the accused had also gone to Thailand on a ‘pleaser trip’. It is also alleged that the accused had made a state-of-the-art bathroom, where he had called the minors and also assaulted them.
It is also learned that he had also formed a group of boys to persuade the girls to cooperate with him.
Case registered under POCSO Act.
Two minor girls had filed a case against Sant and others under the POCSO Act and the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Act. Earlier, the court had sent the accused to judicial custody till September 14.
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