The father of the two girls allegedly missing from the Nithy ananda ashram, on Tuesday moved the Gujarat high court seeking transfer of investigation into his complaints to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). 

The complainant’s main contention was that the central agency would be better placed to investigate and coordinate with the Interpol because the prime accused Nithyananda and his two daughters are not in India. Local cops would find it difficult to investigate, the complainant said.

The complainant expressed dissatisfaction with the investigation, which culminated in a chargesheet by Ahmedabad rural police. He claimed that the investigation was not carried out in a neutral manner. 

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