New Delhi, Apr 10: A spokesperson for CBI today denied a news agency report that yoga guru Swami Ramdevhas been summoned for questioning in connection with the disappearance of his guru Shankar Dev.
The spokesperson said, no such summons have been sent for today or tomorrow, nor is there any intention '
of summoning Swami Ramdev for questioning presently.
A PTI report had said that the CBI was expected to question Ramdev and an agency team had already visited Haridwar to pick clues. The report
had said that the CBI team would visit Haridwar soon to question Ramdev and his aide Acharya Balkrishna.
The report had said that the focus of the questioning will be to get any information which might help in tracking down Shankar Dev's whereabouts.
CBI had registered a case last month under Section 365 IPC. The section pertains to kidnapping or abducting and wrongful confinement.
Ramdev's guru Shankar Dev had been living in Ramdev's ashram but was missing since July 2007 when he had set out for a morning walk.
Shankar Dev was the founder of Divya Yog Mandir Trust, currently headed by Ramdev.
Ramdev and his trusts are facing a number of probes by the Income Tax, Service Tax and Enforcement Directorate for alleged evasion of taxes and irregularities in complying with forex laws.