Delhi court seeks report from Delhi police on Malvinder Singh's complaint against Radha Soami Satsang Beas chief

Malvinder’s lawyer Manu Sharma today approached the court with a plea that there has been no headway in the case filed in February. Malvinder had accused that his brother Shivinder, the family members of Dhillon had misappropriated the funds of RH...

A Delhi court today sought an action taken report from the Economic offences wing (EoW) of the Delhi police on a complaint filed by former promoter of Ranbaxy Malvinder Singh against Gurinder Singh Dhillon, the head of Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB). Malvinder had in February filed a complaint in EoW against Dhillon among others for allegedly siphoning off proceeds from the sale of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd.

Malvinder’s lawyer Manu Sharma today approached the court with a plea that there has been no headway in the case filed in February. “So far no action has been taken by the police on the case, in an effort to shield this man. We approached the court today with a grievance that there has been no headway in the case so far. The court has sought action taken report form the police,” Sharma told ET. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Purshottam Pathak has asked the police to file an action taken report by December 12, which is the next date of hearing.

Singh, in his case had also accused his brother Shivinder, the family members of Dhillon including his wife Shabnam Dhillon, his sons Gurpreet and Gurkirat and daughter-in-law Nayan Tara Dhillon and his former associates Sunil and Sanjay Godhwani of conspiring to misappropriate the funds of RHC Holding Pvt Ltd, the company that owned assets of the group and has sought ₹8,742 crore from the accused in compensation.


In his complaint has had said that Singh repeatedly reached out to Babaji, as Dhillon is called, to “resolve" financial matters.

He had mentioned that both brothers had given financial advances to the guru--directly to his entities and family and were invested at his directions.

Malvinder Singh has said in his complaint that his younger brother Shivinder permitted the “siphoning" off of funds with the “motive of gaining ultimate control of the seat of spiritual head of the RSSB" which has been promised to him by Dhillon in lieu of financial gain to himself.
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Malvinder is in the custody of ED following a money laundering case related to alleged misappropriation of funds of Religare Finvest.
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