The Hindu using sinister means of spreading false rumors against His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda to create anxiety and fear amongst the devotees and public in general.
By making viral an infamous video depicting His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda in morphed images; he was subjected to a media trial.
Creating an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty among the masses; the perpetrators of the insidious crime had a free hand to publish all their concocted baseless stories about Paramahamsa Nithyananda, his devotees and his ashrams all over India and abroad.
The story published in The Hindu pertains just to this – cleverly camouflaging the real fact in the implied heading, wanting to make reference to the main spiritual headquarters in Bangalore. The Rajapalyam ashram (in South India) at that time had only two residents residing there so if they left, yes, the ashram would become deserted. So what is the big deal about that!
A group of advocates filing a case against Paramahamsa Nithyananda for hurting their religious sentiments is mocking at their legal understandings about the law. First, the case against Paramahamsa Nithyananda has not been tried and proven to be true; so to base filing a case on one who is himself framed as a victim and holding him responsible for a crime not committed by him is the most bizarre understand of law – especially when coming from a group of advocates. Clearly, they have been bribed by the perpetrators of this malicious conspiracy to do so, else how can they loose understanding about the very law they practice in their day to day life. The magnanimity and depth of the sinister operations orchestrated, were focused with single purpose to decimate Paramahamsa Nithyananda and his ashrams globally.
Having a viewership of over 13 lakh subscribers, largely comprising of the elite; The Hindu is responsible for attempting to malign the public image of His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
March 6, 2010