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20 June 2017, 09:40 | Todd Saunders
The court is presently hearing a bail plea of the swami
In a letter addressed to the swami's lawyer, she has said that she was never raped by the swami.
However, over the course of weeks after the 20 May incident, the student allegedly changed her version of the incident and what led to it. "It was because of continuous sexual harassment and that too against her will that Aparna was forced to chop off the penis of the Swami", he says in the petition. Police suggested she might be under pressure from people close to the "godman.' Although the 23-year-old revealed to the police that she chopped off the 54-year-old Ganeshananda's genitals after he harassed her sexually, she later dragged in the name of Ayyappa Das claiming she committed the crime at his behest". The woman made the statement through a letter, which has now been submitted by the godman's counsel to the court.
NDTV reported that in a letter to 53-year-old Swami Gangashananda's lawyer, the woman repeated that she was never raped by the godman, a member of the Panmana Ashram in Kerala's Kollam. He also alleged that many including a few Sangh Parivar outfits wanted to bail out the godamn Theerthapada alias Sreehari (godman) who is in judicial custody now. She said she "waved" a knife but had no idea that the injury would be so critical. As per reports, Police are asking the court for permission to conduct the lie-detection test on the woman. Neither when I was a minor nor when I turned 18.
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The petition also states that the police officers who investigated the case also know the reality but they are unable to act as Aparna has wrote the letter in which stepped back from her earlier statement she gave before the magistrate.
The police have accused her of changing her statement "on a daily basis".
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