Nirmaljeet Singh Narula or Nirmal Baba is a controversial self proclaimed godman and "spiritual leader" known for his public discourses and has followers in some parts of India. Nirmal Baba alias Nirmaljeet Singh Narula became controversial and came to limelight following several allegations of cheating and fraud against him in several states.
02.10.2012 [Rupee News] - The former GPP president Keshubhai Patel called the chief minister Narendra Modi a raging bull. 'Nirmal Baba' has now said he his like a 'demon trapped in ballot boxes'. The New York Times has the following analysis: RSS Flag (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
27.09.2012 [Indian Express] - “Narendra Modi is a raging bull, Nirmal Baba of Gujarat and Mr Natwarlal. He has been out to cheat people of Gujarat. To call him a 420 (the IPC section for cheating) would be an understatement. He is 840,” Patel said addressing a gathering of over 5
10.09.2012 [Times of India] - NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has informed a trial court that no cognizable offence is made out against self-proclaimed godman Nirmal Baba in connection with a complaint that accuses him of cheating people and breaching their trust. A cognizable offence is a
10.09.2012 [Indian Express] - The Delhi Police today told a court here that no cognisable offence is made out against self-proclaimed godman Nirmal Baba in a complaint, which has accused him of cheating people and breaching their trust. "No cognisable offence is made out in the
2012-06-30 - being bitterly opposed by Digvijay Singh, who supports Nirmal Baba. Keeping cash in black purse can solve the financial […] crisis Nirmal Baba: Digvijay Singh is reported to have become his fan the day Narendra Modi made fun of the godman who […] ”, Digvijay Singh decided to support Nirmal Baba even though Nirmal Baba has never accused his detractors of being RSS agents
29.09.2012 [Times of India] - AHMEDABAD: Former GPP president Keshubhai Patel after calling chief minister Narendra Modi a raging bull and 'Nirmal Baba' has now said he his like a 'demon trapped in ballot boxes'. In Dhari, Patel equated the chief minister him with a demon whose