Sedition, condemnation & insults on Hindu religious rituals conducted by the Malaysian Nithyananda Sangha Society during the Thaipusam day celebration by paid media
On February 1st., 2018, on a Facebook page called MyiTimes a LIVE interview was relayed in Tamil. In this interview between the CEO of MyiTimes, David Ananth, and two other members of the panel, insult & abuse the Hindu religious rituals conducted by disciples of His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa.
They hurt the religious sentiments of Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s devotees by going to the extent of saying that the act of carrying kavadi is aimed at fooling the Hindu religion and was made for the benefit of certain parties for personal gains. This atrocious statement is a planned conspiracy against Paramahamsa Nithyananda and his organisation and is made to mislead the public opinion.
Anti Hindu Element: David Ananth, Christian Missionary
In the name of bringing the Indian society to the next level, David Ananth conspirated with the local thug named Jana in harassing the Nithyananda Sangha. Jana, who has criminal records in his name, had been continuously insulting the Nithyananda Sangha for some time.
The interview also stated that the Government of Malaysia for last 50 years has never built temples for Hindus and also destroyed 27 Hindu temples. Such statements against the Government creates insecurity among Hindu practitioners and incite them to hate the Government. This is also a threat to the nation where multiracial people are living together under one roof.
The foIIowing is the preview of the interview:
The videos are in the Iink beIow:
Date : 1 Feb 2018
Date : 6 Feb 2018
1:43:16 – 1:51:30
Date : 14 Feb 2018
0:47:00 – 1:28:40
The purpose of this police report is to enable the police to investigate the case under Section 4 (1) of the Sedition Act 1948 and Section 298 of the Penal Code and to be subject to legal action.
The beIow is the copy of police report made by our Brahmacharini on Myitimes :
Image of the kavadi carried by Nithyananda Brahmachari:
Front view of the Kavadi
Back view of the Kavadi