14 June 17
Trishulam Aadheenam property was dumped with a huge amount of trash and debris from the surrounding community. It by the encroachers who tried to establish their authority over the land. It had become a reeking dump. The land that Paramahamsa Nithyananda had envisioned to use to construct an monastery complex, that would house hundreds of monks who would serve the society with free food services, free medical services ,free counselling etc. With the guidance of His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda, the sanyasis led the thorough clean-up of the whole land bearing all the cost of clean up as well. On the decided day, nine JCBs were hired to remove all the trash and do the cleaning work.
As good progress was being made at the aadheenam (temple monastery complex) where Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s vision to serve humanity through this property was just taking shape. This is exactly retrograde to what the encroachers would want. Just because of the presence of these sanyasis, the illegal drug dealing and prostitution traffic had significantly reduced. The sanyasis aimed at causing a complete makeover of the land that was an extremely unhygienic dump-yard, causing soil and air pollution. Only by the guidance of Paramahamsa Nithyananda, this sincere and beautiful effort was being made.
(Posted by Nithyananda Peetham Trishulam Aadheenam on Tuesday, July 17, 2018)
Suddenly in the middle of the cleaning, rowdi attackers came into the scene, stopped the JCB, hurled abuses at the driver in tamil . They charged inside the driver’s cabin, grabbing the driver by the collar making him loose control over the JCB, he brings the JCB to a sudden halt just in time before it caused damage to lives and property. Choked and paralysed, the driver gasping for breath , determined to to survive this attempted murder, gathers enough strength, releasing himself from the clutches of the rowdis.The driver now completely petrified, frustrated and victimised, refused to do any more work. All work was halted because of this action against the JCB drivers. These attackers continued to heave verbal abuses, something the sanyasis had learnt to desensitise themselves to . Terrorising the sanyasis, warning them that if they continued they would have to face worse consequences, the attackers ensured that any further work doesn’t happen at the Adheenam.