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‘God’s’ Ex-Shah, Indulal Shah

Posted by Barry Pittard on July 30, 2008

Indulal Shah, of Mumbai, India, was the world head of the Sathya Sai Organization, and, previously, for decades, the head of the Indian wing of that organization.

In June 1993, at the time of the Puttaparthi police killings in Sathya Sai Baba’s bedroom, Indulal Shah rose to his height in adroit and politically powerful suppressive actions that would rate a place in a primer for feudal but effective crisis management.

The Hindu, June 10, 1993, reported:

“When press persons met Mr. Indulal Shah, chief functionary of the Sri Sathya Sai World Trust, he said, ‘the matter is purely internal and we do not wish to have any law enforcement agency investigating into it.’”

The then Indian Prime Minister Narasimha Rao and his Home Minister S.B. Chavan and other powerful forces in Indian politics supported and greatly extended upon Puttaparthi’s extensive cover up. Chavan was in Puttaparthi assisting in the damage control. So powerful is Sathya Sai Baba in India right across the political spectrum that Indian governments, irrespective of hue, have ever since maintained an iron-clad damper on the issue, and prevented police, media and judicial investigation. The voices of journalists, such as members of the Anantapur Journalist’s Union in Sathya Sai Baba’s State of Andhra Pradesh, were suppressed.

Andhra Pradesh former Home Secretary, V.P.B. Nair, has described the killings in the BBC’s television documentary The Secret Swami as “absolute cold blooded murder”. View and hear Nair speaking to interviewer Tanya Datta, in this film clip HERE. These intruders could easily have been captured without murdering them. Sai Baba was nearby as events unfolded, hour by hour, and yet – a virtual ‘omnipotent’ dictator within his independent ashram township, at least – did not lift a finger to stop the deaths.

Some Further Resources

V.P.B. Nair. B.Premanand. R.Priddy: Sai Baba Bedroom Killings

The BBC and the 1993 murders

Murders In Sai Baba’s Private Quarters

Sathya Sai Baba Bedroom Murders – Part 1

The Secret Swami. BBC Docu. Review. Condensed

The BBC’s ‘The Secret Swami’ – A Revision

The Genesis of the BBC’s ‘The Secret Swami’ (Sai Baba)

Indian Minister Shields Sai Baba on BBC television

Indian Ex Top Official Dogs Sai Baba On BBC. ‘Cold-blooded Murder’

Testimony To BBC – After Years of Silence

BBC’s ‘The Secret Swami’ and British Press Praise

A Shah Under A Lord of Misrule

Inequality before the law in India

Serial Sex Molestation and Bedroom Killings. But Much More

Police Killings in Sai Baba’s Bedroom

Police Killings Related to Sai Baba Sex Abuse Says Dr Bhatia

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3 Responses to “‘God’s’ Ex-Shah, Indulal Shah”

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