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BSNL engineer held for making video clips of women

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A BSNL sub-divisional engineer (SDE), who was arrested on Monday on the charges of clandestinely making video clips of women, was on Wednesday again presented before a local court which remanded him on further remand of two days. The accused, Ram Kumar Sharma, claiming to be spiritual guru Prashant Yogi, was exposed after a woman from Bangalore detected a hidden camera inside a bathroom which was connected to his bedroom.

Kangra ASP G Shiva has said that after the arrest of the accused, police raided his house and seized about 80 CDs, spy cameras and CPU from his house. "Investigations are on. After three days initial remand, the court on Wednesday sent him on police custody for another two days. We are expecting more revelations from him," he said.
A resident of Bulandshahar in Uttar Pradesh, Sharma before his transfer to Dharamshala was posted in Bangalore. Claiming himself to be a disciple of Osho, the accused had started teaching meditation since 2009, sources said. When a family from Bangalore, known to Sharma, came to watch IPL match in Dharamshala they found hotels packed to capacity and when Sharma offered accommodation to them at his residence they agreed.
But the family was shocked when a woman while using the bathroom stumbled upon a hidden camera after which they lodged a complaint with police. The spy video camera was hidden under a switch and was connected to computer kept in the bedroom of Sharma, alias Prashant Yogi.
The accused was running the meditation centre from a rented accommodation in Sudher village near here while he had also opened its branches in Naddi and Dharamkot to attract foreigners and for this he was publicizing his meditation center through his websites.
According to police the accused had associated his website with other sites for online donations. The donations, being taken in the name of orphans and elderly people, were also exempted from tax under Section 80 (G), he had claimed. Now police is also hoping to bust a big racket as accused was also running an NGO besides meditation classes at his rented accommodation in Sudher village.

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