I just made this update to the blog post I wrote yesterday, "RSSB guru had better have a big bank balance."
NEXT DAY UPDATE: A Live Mint story about the Supreme Court hearing reports that Malvinder Singh says the RSSB guru has loans of over ₹6,000 crore, $870 million, that are due. So the graphic above appears to be correct. Excerpt:
Malvinder Singh, in his 30-page affidavit, claimed that Gurinder Singh Dhillon, the spiritual head of Radha Soami Satsang Beas, his family members and companies controlled by him used funds from the Ranbaxy sale to buy real estate, and loans and advances of over ₹6,000 crore made to them were due. Malvinder claimed that though he made all efforts to sell his assets, these were thwarted by Daiichi Sankyo.
Sure wish I could be present when Malvinder Singh talks with Gurinder Singh Dhillon, the RSSB guru, about the money. Maybe Malvinder will say something like this:
Hey, cousin Gurinder, I've got a small favor to ask. No big deal really. I just need you to pay back the money you owe me, so I can comply with a court ruling. A check for $870 million made out to Malvinder Mohan Singh would be great. Well, maybe a bit more just to be sure we cover all your debts. Let's make it a nice round number, $1 billion dollars, but in rupees, naturally, and we'll call it good.
I realize you might be a bit irritated by me filing a criminal complaint against you, but let's not let that stand in the way of a a little friendly -- OK, sort of friendly -- request to pay what you owe. And you're supposed to be God in human form, right? Can't you just conjure up a billion dollars with your divine powers? Also, if it wouldn't be too much trouble, I'd appreciate your stopping the death threats against me. I've got enough to worry about as it is.