Following up on yesterday's post, "Bad karma: Singh brothers may go to jail if RSSB guru doesn't pay up," here's two additional mentions of Gurinder Singh Dhillon, the guru of Radha Soami Satsang Beas, in the Indian financial press.
Someone sent me this image of a Hindustan Times story with the mention of the guru outlined in orange:
"Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, representing one of the brothers, said 'some babaji' has siphoned off the money of the two brothers and they have been duped."
Babaji clearly refers to Gurinder Singh Dhillon. Kind of strange that the attorney wasn't willing to say his actual name. Sort of reminds me of Lord Voldemort, the Dark Lord in the Harry Potter series, who was sometimes called He Who Must Not Be Named.
And I came across a story in The Times of India, "Will send you to jail, SC warns Singhs; to hear contempt plea." Screenshot of excerpt:
And in the case of the Dhillon family, we know that some of them were directors of the shell companies that got the fraudulently obtained money from companies once controlled by the Singh brothers. That makes claims of innocence even less believable, especially since the shell companies were active participants in the fraud.