Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

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Sathya Sai’s left-hand man, former High Chief Justice Bhagwati is dead

Posted by robertpriddy on July 28, 2017

Sathya Sai Baba’s former extremist supreme court judge, P.N. Bhagwati, died on June 15, 2017, He was Sai Baba’s close devotee and associate as the top cover-up man in the judicial system. He stated to The Times of India (May 1, 2011): “Sai Baba, my god, dictated my every single judgement” (That highly compromising interview article can be seen here).

Bhagwati’s level of integrity left everything to be desired. His intelligence and probity came under scrutiny when he manipulated the Supreme Court judges to throw out in peremptory and typically unjust fashion the petition presented by Kamini Jaiswal on behalf og Hari Sampath, a former security official at the Sathya Sai Baba ashram, who accused Sai Baba of serial sexual abuses and numerous other crimes. He later admitted to his lacking judgement in rather replying on his sworn God-guru, Sathya Sai Baba, for his every action and decision for decades! See Sai Baba’s Bhagwati showed total disrespect for justice.

With the government of the time (under Narasimha Rao and Home Minister S.B. Chavan), he was a key player in the cover up of the ghastly executions under Sathya Sai Baba’s aegis in his own apartment and not least the affidavit-backed petition to the Supreme Court, which also exposed the long-term sexual abuses of young men by Sathya Sai Baba. Now we see that he has – in his semi-senility – let the cat out of the bag, as if hoping to be forgiven for such dastardly actions of repression of democracy! Not a gentleman by any means… deeply involved in dark doings by the Sai Central Trust involving the covered-up facts about the death of his guru, Sathya Sai Baba who they evidently disconnected from life support on Easter Sunday (having planned it all in advance). Bhagwati also was co-responsible for the directly illegal appropriation (regardless of the family) of the hoards of wealth kept privately by Sai Baba – all in direct contravention to the rules of the Central Trust.

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How I eventually became a dissident

Posted by robertpriddy on March 6, 2016

I was a frequent visitor to Prashanthi Nilayam and Brindavan from 1984 until 1998. I resigned from the Sathya Sai Organisation in 2000 after the deepest consideration, having discovered the immense deceptions of Sai Baba, outright fraud and crimes covered-up by his coterie, including High Chief Justice Bhagwati and with the backing of a series of prime ministers and presidents of India and many other rich and prominent figures.

The process of disillusionment took two decades as many untoward and unfortunate events constantly took place in those ashrams but were almost never reported anywhere. The immoral and deceiving behaviour of Sai Baba himself, about which followers who wrote books and articles never mentioned a word, eventually become gradually known but were considered by followers only to be ‘tests of faith’. Decent people I spoke with felt that knowing the likely explanations of some such facts would be more than welcome, but really only if this would help them to dispel the doubts that were repeatedly arising.

The published Sai Baba literature shows that there are many events and circumstances known to Sai Baba’s more frequent and well-informed followers of which all devotee writers steered clear. I was long unable to eliminate these matters from my mind, and it would often have been much easier if I had been able simply to overlook them. I was made aware by many other persons that they laboured under much the same difficulties.

Originally, I tried to sort out the doubts by re-interpreting matters in a positive light, literally to find ways to ‘write them off’ in Sai Baba’s journal by sorting out the issues creatively in a positive light. I wrote many articles in Sai Baba’s monthly journal Sanathana Sarathi, often to explain discrepancies and contradictions in his discourses by subtle interpretation and speculation. I dealt with events and experiences that caused some perplexing questions through which my faith and that of others I knew well had been tested through the years, without thereby claiming to have fully resolved issues raised by them. The editor, V.K. Narasimhan, kept asking me for more and more material from me because it was popular among many Westerner devotees. In 1994 I published a book (Source of the Dream) about my experiences with Sai Baba and at his ashrams. Rather than write nothing but the standard self-censored eulogy of everything to do with Sai Baba, I tried to represent a somewhat fuller picture with careful as it presented itself to me at the time. Though Narasimhan said it was the most objective book about Sai Baba to date, little did I know that it was very, very far from being that. Like nearly all other devotees, I had been kept in the dark about countless untoward events and crimes by the ultimate organised secrecy and deception by his inner circle.

It is said that the truth will out, even though many may fear to speak it. Sai Baba insisted that the truth will always win though, but that is a belief and hence an unsupportable claim. Experience shows that truth is easily subverted and hidden, whether from very many people or for extremely long periods of time from everyone. Despite my keen desire to clear doubts, chance discoveries, reasons for great suspicion mounting evidence and eventual intensive investigation led me to hidden facts and truths about the supposed divine avatar and all around him which at last completely ended my trust.

However sublime and beyond worldly matters the ultimate truth of existence may be, it still has to be consistent with freedom of thought and indisputable evidence in the mundane sphere. Doubts that arise and will not go away can be examined as carefully and with as much healthy scepticism as can beliefs. To employ critical understanding and adhere rigorously to the truth as far as it can be substantiated was ultimately both instructive and positively constructive.

Critical or outright negative writings about Sathya Sai Baba himself are only possible by persons who are neither under any outside pressure (from the cult, close relations etc.) or from their own inner attachments, needs and fears which they feel unable to overcome. The independent world media, however, is very largely free of such pressures, even though Sai Baba positive propaganda fooled many for a long time.

So at last, information about Sai Baba’s actual secretive life and unbridled corruption and unchallenged criminality including massive sexual abuse and involvement in murders became so overwhelmingly strong that I had to begin the mammoth task of reviewing my entire faith and experience with a renewed critical faculties and demanding inquiries. That is when I summoned up my spirits to publish about the many and horrific emerging scandals and crimes that continued to emerge on a regular basis until his ignominious premature death and the aftermath of finding his massive hoarded riches.
Robert Priddy

Sathya Sai Baba’s bent judge, P.N. Bhagwati is shamed
Sai Baba’s minion former Chief Justice Bhagwati showed total disrespect for justice
Sathya Sai Baba admired until intensive investigations
Sai Baba as a political power broker
Sai Baba hoarded wealth – The Telegraph


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Sai Baba’s minion former Chief Justice Bhagwati showed total disrespect for justice

Posted by robertpriddy on May 1, 2011

full text of arrticle from Times of India entitled ‘Sai Baba, my god, dictated my every single judgment’

In one of the most noteworthy interviews yet given in connection with Sathya Sai Baba, former High Chief Justice P.N. Bhagwati – to the Times of India – makes clear he is certainly not a man of justice or anything like upright and honest and is not even his own man, as the title of the Times article makes fully clear:-
‘Sai Baba, my god, dictated my every single judgment’. This seems to mean Sai Baba made him signed the infamous letter signed by Bhagwati along with PM  A.P. Vajpayee attacking (unnamed) vested interests who were accusing Sai Baba ‘recklessly’. It was itself reckless, being based entirely on belief and without any preceeding investigation whatever (see the facts here).

The comments so far show that Bhagwati has no supporters, no doubt because of the gigantic contravention of justice he displays and his mendacious replies about the murders, about which he most definitely knew full well.

As a director on the Board of the Sathya Sai Central Trust he should have a round figure as to the trust’s assets… but he claims ignorance.  Worse than fishy.

Hari Sampath, (Technology and Management Consultant) the original petitioner to the Supreme Court against Sathya Sai Baba – whose petition was advanced by the famous lawyer Kamini Jaiswal but which was rejected out of hand and the evidence destroyed (but for one vital copy!) – has posted the following questions to Bhagwati. No doubt there will be no answer received:-

Mr Bhagwati, I have some questions for you, although from your interview I have already got all answers. I had given a formal complaint to the CBI against Sai Baba in March 2001, and moved the Supreme court of India through a Public Interest litigation under article 32 of the constitution ( hope you remember this PIL law as you were the one who initiated it). From your responses it is very clear you have no respect for the law or the constitution, and you clearly state that any man/woman “revered” by millions as divine should not be investigated for any crime. Have you heard of the legal maxim “Justitia non novit patrem nec matrem; solum verrtatem spectat justitia. (Justice knows neither father nor mother; justice looks to the truth alone.), or for that matter “audi alteram partem” ( hear the other side), which are the basic pillars of natural justice ? If you have a case before you with even eyewitnesses who say Sai Baba raped a young boy , and if your judgment is ” what is the point of investigation, as I think he is god”…I think you must be locked up in a lunatic asylum. When the whole world is aware of the fact 6 murders took place in Sai Baba’s bedroom in June 1993, you- a Sai Baba trust member, who had extensive confabulations with the then home minister SB Chavan to close the case, now claim ” I was in Delhi and am not aware of it, I don’t know” , you must either be delusional or a fraudster. Shame on you Bhagwati, its a national disgrace that you were Chief Justice.

This surely deserved the replies it got:-
JUSTICE LOVING (Putaparthi) replies to Hari Sampath
1 hr ago (12:33 PM)
Proud to know people like Hari Sampath stood up against powerful criminals and ashamed to know that country produced CJI like Mr. Bhagwati. I agree that in the public interest, Mr. Bhagwati should be locked up in a lunatic asylum.

Sam Rai (India) replies to Hari Sampath
2 hrs ago (12:22 PM)
All the teachers at the Sathya Sai School and University in Puttaparthy and Whitefield are ex-students who were appointed by Sathya Sai Baba himself! Each of them was at one time a Form boy. Form boy is a term used in his school and University for boys who were sexually abused by Baba! Because they were sexually abused at a very young age most of them have become Gays! And these Gay teachers are now continuing to sexually abuse younger students, and this culture is continuing there!

P.N. Bhagwati shows signs of having ‘lost his marbles’ now that he has no Lord and Master to tell him what to do (he imagined), as he claims Sai Baba did in every detail, as many devotees often claim was his mystical way of communicating! His tearful talk shows he is emotionally unstable and his statements show he is mentally unstable too. Worst of all, India has had to live under his corruption and all that of Sathya Sai Baba too. It leaves behind an Augean stable that will take decades to clean up, if then!

You can see a selected list of prominent signers of the Petition here.


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