Countless souls, humans and families have been destroyed so that this demon may lead a wretched luxury life. Gods have annihilated the wretched demon to such a great extent that it will never be able to stand on its legs again.
The so called charity is a way bringng money intoits pocket - and of creating a smoke screen of "charity" which will ensure that more money will keep flowing in . A small village became a religion-business toursim sport. People there started finding a way of livelihood out of this. Trinkets which slowly produce ash upon contact with air, fake set-up miracles all soon became part of the show.
According to The Times:"Sai Baba is being challenged on another more prosaic front. Questions are being asked about the fundraising techniques employed by his followers. Some are accused of targeting vulnerable rich people and claiming that the miracle worker might be able to cure the afflictions of old age." The Times reported on the case of Clarissa Mason, the second wife of the film star James Mason: "When Clarissa died of cancer in 1994, she willed a large part of her late husband's £13 million estate to the cult, although, due to a dispute with Mason's children, Portland and Morgan, who contend that the estate was not hers to will in the first place, it will be some time before the cult can hope to see any of the Mason millions. Clarissa Mason believed utterly in the powers of Sai Baba, filling her house near Lake Geneva with pictures of the "godman". Her legacy has gone to a trust whose beneficiaries are believed by Mason's children to include a follower of Sai Baba." Joseph Edamaruku states: " He raises enormous amounts of money from India and around the world. We do not believe claims that it is spent on hospitals and charitable works."  - Wikipedia
The water project was started because tourists there started complaining of dystentry etc. And to bring in water supply and advertise it as charity was the best business move for these thugs.
The below is quoted from The Findings:
"...This I believed until I was shown a Telegu newspaper with a front page feature article showing photos of villages with no water, broken pipes, no pipes, pipes and no tanks, and many with nothing at all. The headlines translated, read‘SAI BABA WHERE’S OUR WATER? YOU’VE CHEATED US AGAIN!’.I went to some of these villages within the project radius and found for myself that the report was correct. My questioning local businessmen in the area revealed some interesting information. General opinion concurred that the project had been set up because the ashram had many problems with it’s own insufficient well supply; one of which was constantly recurring gastric disturbances, particularly with foreigndevotees. Request for permission to lay a water pipeline to the ashram fell on govt.’s deaf ears, the response being that unless villages along the proposed line could also be supplied, permission would be withheld. Hence the huge global fund raising, which also perplexed me - having been indoctrinated with the ‘no fund raising’ policies given out by Sai Baba. Within twelve months an effective pipeline to the ashram anda selection of villages was established, and then the work stopped. At myconsternation at being of told this scandalous situation, the village elders simply shrugged their shoulders saying “What can we do?” " - The Findings
This is no isolated case. Sb repeatedly urges people to donate money to him. Thehelka reported of the case of an elderly lady who was cheated our of her own house:
"An interesting case was that of a former devotee from Vijayawada, who donated a building to the trust. She had written in her will that the building was to go to the Sai Baba after her death. She was 55 years when she wrote the will. The trust authorities waited for five years, and then wrote to her family asking it to hand over either the building or its revenue. The problem was that the devotee was still alive. "When I tried to take the donation back from the trust, no court or magistrate was ready to hear the case or give me justice," said the donor. She is on her deathbed and she despises the Sai Baba and all he stands for." - Sathya Sai Central Trust: grab as grab can, Tehelka Report
The police in the place are also dependent on this wretched business for their livelihood. They never register any case on Sb and if someone approaches them with a case, they are threatened out of the town by the police themselve who recieve huge amounts of money fron Sb's mafia. The below is a report where a youth attempted to file acomplaint for kidney theft against Sb's hospital. His Dad passed away as a result of the debachery that he had to suffer at the hospital.
"Hydrabad Nov 4, 1999 : Justice G Raghu Ram of the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday admitted a writ petition seeking initiation of criminal prosecution against the doctors of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Puttaparthi in Anantapur district, alleging malpractices regarding the transplantation of a kidney. The writ petition has been filed by Balaji Triambak Rao Karavande, who has alleged that the doctors of the institute removed a kidney from his body and did not transplant the same to his father. He informed the court that after this revelation, he lodged a complaint with the Latur (Maharashtra) police, who in time, exhumed his father’s body and conducted a postmortem, which confirmed that no kidney transplant had taken place. He alleged that the police at Puttaparthi did not register the complaint and he was thrown out of the hospital when he confronted the doctors with the relevant documents." - The Findings
More reports can he read here.
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