06 March 2006

Legalising The History

Nice to see Guruphiliac drawing attention to the Sai Baba issue again. In continuance with the comments I made over there, I find it interesting (not to mention hilarious) when our critics state and maintain that we anti-Sai activists have never filed a single court case in India with a view to bringing Sai Baba to justice.

Such people, whose "research" mainly consists of reading and memorising the archives of various Sai discussion forums, clearly have no knowledge of the various cases that have been brought forward in Indian courts. Since those boards have now shut down and in some cases have had their archives removed, I'm currently unable to link to any references or original material to support my views and can simply rely on my memory.

It was a few years ago that there was a big brouhaha about a court case having been brought forward against Sai Baba in the Supreme Court of India. Hari Sampath was the main plaintiff, and had even submitted a dossier to the CBI. For some reason that escapes me now, the case was referred to a lower court (High Court?) for due consideration. And after some time it appeared to have been thrown out altogether.

As I was then a devotee I joined with those in criticising and caterwauling Sampath, and it was only much later after my defection that I dicovered a few pertinent facts about the legal moves. I received a report that a Supreme Court Justice who was a well-known Sai devotee had interfered with the due process of law and had the case thrown out of court. Imagine that! A Supreme Court judge poking his nose in matters below his station (in the High Court or so) and pulling strings to get the case thrown out! And yes, I do know the name of that fellow.

Considering that it is open knowledge how Sai Baba counts several top justices (current and retired) amongst his devotees - P.N. Bhagawati and G.K. Damodar Row as notable examples - it isn't too far-fetched to suggest that there is a lot of cover-up going on.

Nowadays, I feel that I have to bite my lip in a mixture of both frustration and righteous anger every time I hear the nonsensical assertion that "Anti-Sai allegations are made despite NO court cases ever being filed, first-hand, in a court of law in India. Not even one alleged victim has utilized FREE, "world class legal resources" to bring Sathya Sai Baba to justice" and similar ranting. If people happened to get up off their backsides and do some real research into the matter and what has taken place, they might find a big wide world out there beyond Internet forums and their archives.

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  • You know it's a very serious matter. And there is no disputing its logic - victims have to bring a case before the court.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 06 March, 2006 12:32  

  • Hi

    That was an interesting post. One could see your feelings in the post. Keep it coming

    I agree with you on many counts, though I may NOT agree to all what your said.

    Your blog brought back lots of old memories and thoughts about my COUNTRY, INDIA, our society, friends and relatives, the recent Jessica Lall controversy, et all

    Zahira Sheik (Best bakery case) lied, is being convicted and fined.

    What happens when others defamed Swami Ramdev's on his medicines ?

    What about the press briefings of Brinda and company that made Hindus and Swami Ramdev look silly ? Isn't that defamation ? When the govt found medicines clean, how did the earlier samples have animal matter ?

    What about the attack on Ayurveda, a 2000 year old knowledge ? What about the reputation of Hindus ? sants or common men ? are Hindus destined to die in bomb blasts, defamations and lies ?

    What applies to Zahira Sheikh should apply to Brinda Karat and company or anyone who is proven to have lied ? or no ?

    Is Zahira prosecuted just because she is a Muslim Woman ?

    more at


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 09 March, 2006 17:38  

  • It takes incredible will and massive amounts of energy to make big changes in government. The people can and do effect changes quite literally. I know it is difficult when one has been disallowed free speech, driven mad by anal politicans who support the Sai Swine Baba of India, but it is essential that they continue to fight this rampant evil. Reports I have read on India show there is will and much justified anger of the people surfacing... real changes in formative stages. There is help from outside sources as well, lending energy and stamina to India's viciously and sadistically abused people. The war against this evil freak is not yet ended, but I don't envy diabolical dirt Baba when it is!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 31 March, 2007 01:28  

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