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An open letter to self proclaimed godman Asaram Bapu

It's an open letter to our so-called, self-proclaimed godman Asaram Bapu!
Asaram Bapu
Asaram Bapu

Dear Asaram Bapu,
For God sake don't say that 16-year-old minor girl is faking the rape case, it's not that the whole world is like you fooling every other. You may be lucky enough to survive a helicopter crash, most lucky enough to get so many blind followers, but there is an end to every wrongdoing. You are neither a Godman and forget about being a God, and plz, plz don't compare yourself with God like symbol "Bhagwan Buddha".

There have been numerous cases against you, be it land grab case in Navsari district, Gujarat in the year 2000, Ratlam district Madhya Pradesh year 2001, 2 minor boys murder at your Ashram in Ahmedabad case 2009, Chhattisgarh minor girl molestation case 2004, many other sexual assault cases all over the country. You have been exposed many times, but thanks to your innocent blind followers and some govt bodies along with land mafias who support you, like pimps support their sex workers from police custody.

Who can forget your nonsensical and insensible statement that you had given for that 16th December 2012 Delhi Gang rape victim,
"Only 5-6 people are not the culprits. The victim daughter is as guilty as her rapists... She should have called the culprits brothers and begged before them to stop... This could have saved her dignity and life. Can one hand clap? I don't think so."
Adding to that, your defending act for harsher statement against the culprits of rape cases, that statement itself was so biased and full of sick thoughts, showed your inner health, how mentally sick and libido kind you are from inside. It's again so, amusing and shocking to see only girls and women around you, from the kitchen to your washrooms, everything is maintained by your female followers. How come they collect guts to be around such a monstrous and lusty kind of person.

You were alone so you created another monster, your son to handle your empire, shame on you for making your son also like you, at least you would have taught your son to be better for some reasons.
Again you are lucky enough that a treacherous son, like of yours trying to help you saying that the minor girl is mentally unstable, how fickle-minded son you have got a man! Who Gonna believe your son?

Is there anybody who would believe Asaram and his son? I don't think any sensible person would.

To the govt and police department,
Please take him away from our eyes, keep him somewhere where no one could reach, give him pure insularity and solitary feeling, let him attain his Moksha(salvation) in his own ways.

Due to people like him, who are self-proclaimed god and godman, people losing their faith on saints and many times unable to recollect their faith on god after such incidents.

You are again lucky enough to have some more sinners of your calibre in the country be it Nityanand Swami, Nirmal baba and some others, but not of your level of doing anathemas.

It's a fact only in India this can happen: Sagarika Ghose tweet which says "Only in India will someone accused of assault, land grab still be hailed as a "godman"! We need to take fwd Narendra Dabholkar's fight".

Please don't maintain the double standard, the same treatment should be given to him as in the case of Mumbai rape case, a strictest and harsher punishment should be awarded to him on found guilty.

A video posted on India Today site, showed how many other girls coming out in public and accusing Asaram Bapu for molestation. Here is the video link: Asaram Molested girl from Chhattisgarh.

Read more about him here: Asaram Bapu.

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