Bangalore: As there is no successor to Rs 40, 000 crore assets of the Satya Sai Central Trust in Puttaparthi, run by spiritual leader Satya Sai Baba, the government is said to take possession of his property.

Earlier too, Satya Sai Baba had expressed his willingness to hand over the property to the government.

The main source of income of the trust is donations. A five-member official committee of the Andhra Pradesh government is present in Puttaparthi. Speculation is rife that the committee is studying the possibilities of taking possession of the property by the AP government.

Sri Satya Sai Baba was admitted to the hospital on March 28 and reports of his condition being stable keep pouring in for many days. However, followers of the spiritual leader are not happy.

According to them, the doctor’s report is beyond their understanding as it is disseminated in medical parlance. The followers have asked for his health report in simple and easy language. The doctors are releasing bulletins from time to time about the health of Satya Sai Baba.

Dr A N Safaya of Sri Satya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences said he cannot rule out that the leader is out of danger. “His condition is stable but there is no improvement in his health,” he added.

However, a bulletin, on Wednesday, had stated that there was improvement in the leader’s health but he was still kept on ventilator and dialysis.

JPN/Bureau