Ram Rahim Claimed he Was Impotent, Judge Said You Have Daughters

By 31st August 2017 0 Comments


To shield himself from rape charges,Ram Rahim had claimed he was “impotent since 1990”.
The charges in two rape cases pertained to August and September 1999. In the CBI court, Singh took a defence during trial that he was incapable of performing sexual intercourse since 1990 and therefore, there was no question of raping the two Sadhvis in 1999.

Recording his statement before CBI judge Jagdeep Singh, Ram Rahim had said that “since 1990, the accused is not medically fit to do sex with anyone”, and that he was not potent.
Ram Rahim said that the rape charges were to be dropped alone on this ground since his claim regarding impotency has not been rebutted by the prosecution. The investigating officer, his lawyers said, never examined Singh for virility and hence, he must get the benefit of the presumption of innocence.But a statement made by one of his own witnesses punctured Ram Rahim’s assertion.The judge said Singh’s claim is devoid of any merit in view of a statement made by one of his own witnesses, who said Ram Rahim had two daughters.
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