The Gujarat High Court on Monday refused to entertain a plea filed by Narayan Sai for temporary bail to look after his ailing father, Asaram Bapu who is also jailed after his conviction in a rape case [Naryan @ Narayan Sai @ Mota Bhagwan vs State of Gujarat]..A division bench of Justices AS Supehia and Vimal Vyas noted the "past history" of Sai, wherein he was fined ₹ 1 lakh for submitting forged medical documents in the High Court. In view of the same, the Court said that it does not trust the self-styled godman."How can we repose faith in you when you already have forged documents earlier. In your instant application, you have said he (Asaram Bapu) is in critical condition but show us from records that he is in a critical condition, because the medical papers do no state that he is critical. He is being treated in AIIMS. We aren't entertained and we aren't convinced," the bench said. The bench suggested that advocate Ashish Dagli file a fresh application after getting a report from the hospital to support the claim that Asaram Bapu is in a very serious condition. "It has to be in black and white that he is in a critical condition," Justice Supehia underlined. .During the hearing, advocate Dagli submitted that his client (Narayan Sai) wants to look after his ailing father. To this, the bench said that he (Asaram) already has daughters who would look after him. "But he has daughters. And I can say, daughters are more care taking than a son. So don't worry," Justice Supehia remarked. The bench initially passed over the matter after lunch break for Dagli to get instructions as to whether he would withdraw the bail application or press the same so that an order could be passed. .Post the recess, when the matter was taken up, Dagli attempted to submit certain medical reports to substantiate his client's averments. The bench, however, refused to accept the same stating, "We cannot accept documents over the counter like this. We will have to ask the other side to verify the same."The bench then asked Dagli to file a fresh application annexing the latest medical reports concerning Asaram to justify Narayan Sai's claim that his father was in critical condition. "Looking to your history (wherein you sought interim bail on basis of forged documents), we do not trust you. You have lost the trust of this court. We aren't convinced and won't entertain this instant application," Justice Supehia said. Dagli then said that he is withdrawing the plea.