Master Bhakti Bhushan Govind Maharaj was captured when he was attempting to escape from the ashram. The safeguarded youngsters were created before the government assistance board and in a clinical assessment, four of the kids were affirmed to be sexual badgering.
The proprietor of an ashram in Shukertal was captured for supposedly explicitly hassling four youngsters and compelling them and the others to function as workers, police said on Friday.
Master Bhakti Bhushan Govind Maharaj was captured when he was attempting to escape from the ashram, they said.
As per Additional District Magistrate Amit Kumar, a body of evidence was enrolled against the proprietor and others under IPC areas 323 (deliberately causing hurt), 377 (unnatural offenses), 504 ( purposeful affront with expectation to incite break of the harmony) and segments 5/6 of the POCSO Act.
On July 7, a group of childcare helpline and police protected eight kids at that point and two later. They were matured between seven to ten years and hailed from Tripura, Mizoram and Assam.
They were likewise created before the kids government assistance board. In a clinical assessment, four of the kids were affirmed to be sexual hassled.
In the mean time, Subdivisional Magistrate Kuldeep Meena recorded their announcement.
The area specialists educated the guardians regarding the casualties who affirmed inappropriate behavior by Bhushan and guaranteed that he constrained them to lay blocks as a major aspect of physical work.
Bhushan, who set up the ashram in 2008, denied the charges against him, asserting he was erroneously involved in the event that.