HC sets aside order of summons issued against Lenin

HC sets aside order of summons issued against Lenin

Single Judge Justice K N Keshavanarayana set aside the Judicial Magistrate Ramanagara Court's October 30, 2010 order of issuing summons against Lenin, who blew the lid off the alleged sleaze activities involving Nityananda and a Tamil actress.

The court also directed the Judicial Magistrate to reconsider the order and pass an order in accordance with law. Lenin had shot the controversial video purportedly showing Nityananda in a compromising position with a Tamil actress.

Nityananda's US-based devotee Anjula Jackson had filed the complaint against Lenin on August 28 2010, alleging he had committed various offences under provisions of IPC when making the video. Lenin, she said, had violated Indecent Representation of Women Act and Information Technology Act and had also tresspassed into private property when shooting the video.

Nityananda landed in controversy in March 2010 after a local television channel aired a purported video footage showing him in a compromising position with the actress.
He was subsequently arrested in Solan district in Himachal Pradesh on April 21 and granted conditional bail on June 11.

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