Self-styled godman "Kalki Bhagwan", whose ashrams were raided by Income Tax authorities last week, has released a video to reassure his followers, but has not commented on the huge amount of unaccounted cash and jewellery found during the raids. The findings included stacks of currency amounting to Rs. 45 crore, 88 kg of gold, 1,271 carats of diamonds, plus cash receipts that suggest 600 crore rupees of undisclosed income. Besides, links to investments in companies in India and abroad, including tax havens, were found by the officials after 40 places - ashrams, religious trusts and wellness centres run by him and his son Krishna -- were raided over five days. The locations were spread across Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.