Chinmayanand was arrested on September 20 after the 23-year-old woman, a student of a law college in Shahjahanpur, accused him of rape.
The Special Investigation Team probing sexual harassment allegations against Chinmayanand and a related extortion case filed a voluminous charge sheet in a court here on November 6 in the two cases.
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UP police have registered a case under section 376-C of the Indian Penal Code, a charge short of rape, on the basis of a complaint by law student.
The victim's lawyer Mukesh Kumar Gupta said that the matter has been pending even though the charge sheet was filed in October 2012.
The head of the law department of the University said the law student had come to give her third-semester exam but she did not have the admit card because of attendance shortage.
After hearing the counsel for Chinmayanand and the complainant, Justice Rahul Chaturvedi reserved his order on the bail plea of the former union minister.
SC has stayed Allahabad HC's order allowing former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand to access certified copy of the statement recorded by the Shahjahanpur law student.
Chinmayanand has also accused the law student of extortion and another bench of the court had fixed November 27 for hearing this case.
The affidavit, filed by the brother of the rape survivor, alleges that the SIT is physically and mentally torturing them threatening to implicate all the family members in false cases.
Yesterday, SIT probing the case had booked two persons including Chairman of District Cooperative Bank for allegedly attempting extortion of Rs 1.25 crores from Chinmayanand.
Apart from two BJP leaders from UP, four others who have been chargesheeted are the law student, who had charged Chinmayanand with sexual harassment, Sanjay, Vikram and Sachin.
The purse was found in the drain near Mumukshu Ashram of Chinmayanand.
The bench asked the prosecution to file its reply to the bail plea by November 4 and the defence counsel to file his counter reply by November 7.
MLA Gopal Kanda, who is accused of abetting the suicide of air hostess Geetika Sharma, offered to lend his support to the saffron party to form the government in Haryana, causing widespread criticism.
A special investigation (SIT) of the UP Police has been probing the parallel cases.