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Bhaiyyu asks aide to handle property in suicide note

DNDEL19684 | 6/14/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :319 | India

Police try to ascertain veracity of both the pages from his personal diary

New Delhi: Adding mystery to spiritual guru Bhaiyyu Maharaj’s death, the second page of the suicide note left behind by him surfaced at his Indore home on Wednesday.
The fresh note recovered by the Madhya Pradesh police stated that he has passed on the reins of the Sarvoday Ashram and his property to his old and trusted aide Vinayak.
The first page of the suicide note, which was recovered from his room on Tuesday, hinted that he wanted to shift his family responsibilities to someone in his absence.
“Vinayak is my trusted man. I am delegating all my powers related to financial decisions, the ashram and all property to Vinayak. I have not been pressured to write this,” the second page of the note read.
The police is expe
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