In December last year, a website hosted by his ashram claimed that he had bought an island from Ecuador and named it ‘Kailaasa.’ He declared it a Hindu nation with its own flag, passport and emblem.
Lenin, the original complainant, had moved the court on the ground that accused Nithyananda violated the conditions imposed by the court while granting him bail.
This submission was made before Justice John Michael Cunha during the hearing of a petition filed by K Lenin.
Nithyananda had allegedly fled India last year amid allegations of rape and sexual abuse.
Alleging that Nithyananda had changed her son's mind, the woman prayed for a direction to the Police to produce her son before the court.
The High Court on Thursday stayed the proceedings pending before a trial court in Ramanagara against self-proclaimed godman Nithyananda in connection with a case of rape and criminal intimidation.
Justice G Narendar adjourned the hearing to December 12, after asking the state to submit its response on the directions sought by the petitioner.
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said all Indian missions and posts abroad have been sensitised to inform local governments so that he could be traced.
The statement comes days after Nithyananda announced the creation of Kailaasa, a "Hindu homeland", on an island purchased from Ecuador.
A Blue Corner notice makes it mandatory for member countries to share whereabouts of a person involved in a crime.
"We have to be informed that the person is believed to be living in this country along with the request for extradition. Once we receive the information, we will be happy to cooperate," he said.
It is being speculated that his petition is based on alleged threats to his life in India as he aims to practice and propagate Hinduism.
Situated close to Trinidad and Tobago, the island has been declared a Hindu sovereign nation.
Judicial Magistrate Garima Yadav rejected the bail pleas of Pran Priyananda and Priyatatva Riddhi Kiran who ran Nithyananda's ashram 'Yogini Sarvagyapeetham' in Ahmedabad.
The board, however, allowed students of classes 10 and 12 to appear for the Board's examination in the year 2020, and shifting of students of classes 9 and 11 to nearby CBSE- affiliated schools.