The case was transferred from the district police to the Crime Branch yesterday.
The police said that they examined the victim today and also got her statement recorded in front of a magistrate.
A lookout circular has been issued against the self-styled godman in order to ensure that he does not leave the country, they said.
The woman had told police that she was a disciple of the self-styled godman for a decade, but after she was raped by him and two of his disciples, she returned to her native place in Rajasthan.
She also alleged that a female disciple of the godman would force her into his room and if she refused, would tell her that other disciples too slept with him, the police said.
She fled from one of the ashrams two years ago and had gone into depression.
After she recovered from her trauma, she narrated her ordeal to her parents, who approached the police and a case was registered.
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