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Sai Baba rozdával auta za zásluhy

6. 2. 2007

(http://saibabaexposed.blogspot.com/2006/03/sai-baba-speed-demon.html)

According to the official report of the Shivaratri festival (26th & 27th February, 2006), Sai Baba has been giving (yes, giving!) cars away:
"On the occasion of Mahashivarathri, Bhagawan felicitated five long-standing devotees for their invaluable contribution and dedicated service in Bhagawan's institutions and service projects, and gifted them each with a new car. The fortunate ones were -

Sri A.Ramakrishna, Former Vice-President of L&T, ECC Division. During his tenure, the reputed construction company executed a number of projects on behalf of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, most significantly, the water supply projects in the drought prone districts of Anantapur, Medak and Mahabubnagar in Andhra Pradesh and the metropolitan city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, as well as the two Super Speciality Hospitals.

Sri R.Kondala Rao, Technical consultant to the Government of Andhra Pradesh, for the water supply projects undertaken by Bhagawan."

Sri K.Chakravarthi, IAS (Retd.) who was the first Registrar of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, and is presently the Secretary of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust.

Prof. G.Venkataraman, a renowned scientist and former Vice-Chancellor of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning. Presently, he is the Vice-Chairman of the overseas wing of Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, and also the in-charge of Radio Sai Global Harmony, the ashram radio service.

Sri K.R.Paramahamsa, IAS (Retd.), who has held various positions in Bhagawan's institutions and who is presently in charge of the 'Deena Janoddharana Pathakamu', the home for destitute children established by Bhagawan.

K. Chakravarthi is the same ashram secretary who rudely hung up the phone on Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph journalist, for making simple enquiries and asking for comments on the allegations of sexual abuse. According to the 'Divine Downfall' article, which was published by the Daily Telegraph, Brown notes the following:

"..Sai Baba has said nothing publicly about the allegations laid against him. When the Telegraph Magazine contacted K Chakravarthi, secretary of the Puttaparthi ashram, he said, 'We have no time for these matters. I have nothing to say' and terminated the call."

Such a conscientious man. And according to private sources, Chakravarthi also treated the BBC film crew in a similar manner. At the outset Chakravarthi was cordial towards the producer and even took him on a guided tour of the Super Speciality Hospital and other buildings. The minute the allegations were raised all bets were off and the BBC were practically thrown out of the ashram.

For this wonderful and upstanding behaviour, he is rewarded with a car.

G. Venkataraman is no better either. This is a person who, in the interests of damage control, downplayed and blatantly denied reports leaking from Sai Baba's ashram by devotees relating to Sai Baba's ill health, which caused him to change the schedule of his public appearances and also having his movements restricted to being driven around in a golf cart.

This is a person who penned an editorial that complained when letters are written to the (London) Times complaining about two articles they published. On top of that, in the same editorial he mocked Al and Alaya Rahm (who was brutally abused and raped by Sai Baba) for having their backs to the camera in the SEDUCED documentary! As if that wasn't enough, he then proceeded to give his own biased take on the UNESCO affair.

Naturally, he is rewarded with a new car.

After all, Sai Baba is simply felicitating them for their "invaluable contribution and dedicated service in Bhagawan's institutions and service projects".

Such are the rascals and scoundrels who indulge in dastardly endeavours underneath the sneering veneer of puffed-up self-righteousness and piety.

 

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