NEW DELHI, INDIA:  (FILES) In this picture taken 03 May 1996, Indian Hindu guru Chandraswami holds a crystal-topped sceptre as he departs a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) vehicle upon his arrival at Tis Hazari Court in New Delhi.    An Indian court on 25 October 2004, cleared Hindu holy man Chandraswami, once one of India's biggest political powerbrokers, of forging papers which alleged that former premier V.P. Singh stashed illegal funds abroad.The federal investigative agency filed the case in 1990. It accused Chandraswami of forging bank documents to falsely implicate Singh and his son in keeping illegal funds in the Caribbean island of St Kitts.   AFP PHOTO/ TEKEE TANWAR/FILES  (Photo credit should read TEKEE TANWAR/AFP via Getty Images)