The yoga teacher who has claimed to help a nun at Agas ashrama in India has now claimed he taught her how to “cure” her.

Amita Singh, who teaches at a US-based ashram called the Ajnana Ashram, has been arrested by the FBI on child pornography charges.

He has been accused of providing child pornography, which he denies.

A statement on his behalf read:”I taught the nun to meditate in a way that would cause her to get the hindrances of modern society.

I was the only person who could help her.”

Mr Singh was arrested in July, after his home was raided by the US Secret Service and US Customs.

He denies the allegations and is currently in federal custody.

Earlier this year, he claimed he had helped a woman from Agas to escape US custody.

He said he did this by providing her with a phone and money, and by providing a “magical pill” to help her reach her home in the US.

Mr Singh, known by his stage name Ajnanaswati, said he met the nun after her parents came to visit her at the ashrams ashram in Pune, India.

He told Indian media: “I was so scared I said I had to come here.

“It worked. “

She came back to the US on May 12, but she had a relapse and has been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder since then.””

It worked.

She came back to the US on May 12, but she had a relapse and has been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder since then.”

In a statement to Indian media, Ajnayan Singh said: “It’s very sad that I have been arrested in America and I will be spending the next two months in jail.

I will fight the charges against me.”

He has also been charged with sending obscene material to a minor, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.