By Team Asianet Newsable | 08:30 PM June 19, 2017
Bobbiting incident: Victim's boyfriend files Habeas Corpus


  • Ayyappadas, the boyfriend of victim filed a Habeas Corpus petition at court
  • Last week, the victim had retracted rape claims and said it was Ayyappadas who asked her perform the crime
  • Her mother had earlier said that her daughter is mentally ill and her boyfriend bobbited Swami

In the latest development in the bobbitting case, the boyfriend of the victim has moved High Court alleging that she is under house arrest. Ayyappadas, the boyfriend of the law student, has filed a Habeas Corpus stating that she is missing. 

Considering the petition, the court sought an explanation from the police. The incident took place on May 18 and took several twists and turns.

The initial report was that the 23-year-old chopped off the genitals of Swami Ganeshananda, or Hari Swami, a member of Panmana Ashram in Kollam.

Also read: Godman bobbiting: Police case against woman for 'causing grievous injury'?

However, the godman said he cut off the genitals himself. 

After few days, the mother of the victim came up with an explanation and said the victim is mentally ill and it was her boyfriend who committed the act. 

Read more: 'My daughter is mentally ill, her boyfriend bobbited swami': Girl's mother defends 'innocent' godman

Last week, the lawyer of Swami revealed a letter, allegedly written by the girl, in which she states that it was an accident and she never intended to hurt him.

On the next day, a telephonic conversation of the girl was released in which she can be heard saying that the godman never raped her and Ayyappadas and two accomplices of the Swami asked her to wave knife. 

Also read: Godman bobbitting case: Woman retracts rape claims, police seek lie detector test

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