India’s top industrialist and Chairman of the Tata Group Mr Ratan Tata arrived in Puttaparthy this morning.
Despite reports that he came to Puttaparthy in connection with a special project with which he is concerned, Ratan Tata headed for the Prashanthy Nilayam straight from the airport.
Reports said he was also allowed into the Yajurmandiram of the late spiritual guru Sri Satya Sai Baba where some bank officers and students of the Satya Sai institutes, aided by three or four cash counting machines, have been counting the huge heaps currency notes, diamonds, gold jewellery and other valuables found in the Yajurmandiram.
The counting of the wealth began Thursday morning and continued for the second day today. The admission of Ratan Tata into the Yajurmandiram gains significance in the wake of denial of entry to media persons and government officials into it by the Satya Sai Central Trust members.
There are reports that the Baba’s will has been found during the counting today. Baba has named his personal attendant Satyajit as his legal heir in the will to run the trust, according to reports. Has Ratan Tata too has something to do with the will?