3 April 2010
The Times of India published an article alleging to report the interview with Lenin Karuppan, one of the main conspirators in the illegal persecution against His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda. Lenin is a criminal with a history of serious crimes booked under him who infiltrated the Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam in 2006 in his attempt to abscond from the police and court. Read more on the history of Lenin here. He has been arrested by the police multiple times, notably in the extortion and blackmail case by Sri Nithya Atmaprabhananada (read more here), an administrator of Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam and in the case of defamation of a female sanyasi, Ms Puspa in collaboration with a tamil magazine (read more here)
Not taking any of his dirty histories into consideration, The Times of India projects Lenin as a sincere guy who is intent on getting justice. The same article, in the body, has statements that Lenin has used one of the ashramite (resident of the monastery) to plant a secret camera in the bedroom of Paramahamsa Nithyananda. This itself is enough proof on what a cheap character he is. And his claim that few ashramites approached him to reveal the abuse they faced in ashram (monastery) is baseless. If that is not the case, then why is he not able to reveal their names or give any witness in the main complaint that he has given to the police? What is the need for police to advertise in media for witnesses to come forward?