Jalandhar: In a fresh disclosure Amrit Lal, resident of Jalandhar sent a legal notice against godman Nirmaljeet Singh Nerula alias Nirmal Baba accusing  him of cheating and fraud. The petitioners alleged that a fee of Rs 2000 was charged from him for attending the darbar but he was not allowed to do so.

Amrit Lal said in a statement that after seeing advertisements of Nirmal baba’s 'samagam' in private news channels, he approached for a ticket and paid Rs 2000. However, when he reached Delhi to attend Samagam, guards did not allow him to enter premises.

Nirmal Baba charges Rs 2,000 from every participant who wishes to attend the 'samagam'. This amount is transferred directly into Nirmal Baba's three bank accounts — one each in Punjab National Bank, ICICI Bank and Yes Bank.

Along with a legal notice, he also accused Nirmal Baba of creating fear of religion and claimed that Baba is promoting superstition”. 
He demanded apology from Baba through the medium of electronic media.

“If Nirmal Baba fails to do so, I will lodge a criminal complaint against him,” said Amrit Lal. 


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