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Yet another lie laid to rest

January 30, 2013

The website “thelivesofsriaurobindo.com” that is managed by Raman Reddy, Sraddhalu Ranade, RY Deshpande et al., and faithfully cheered by Govind Nishar (who is now well known to the readers of this blog), have earned the distinction of manufacturing and supporting lies after lies and even more lies. They fill their website with their long, never-ending list of confabulations. As a result some have also appropriately called their notorious website, the Central Hub Of Lies About TLOSA, or CHOLA-TLOSA.

Their latest tale was about the events surrounding the resignation of the eldest trustee of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust (SAAT) Board, Albert Patel, presently in his 90s. On 7th January 2013, just as a new year began, Albert Patel thought it to be a good moment to call it a day and seek his resignation from the SAA Trust Board.

But the hungry pack of rumor hungry, vigilantes and misfits of the SA Ashram saw in this resignation another opportunity to weave their tainted versions of this simple, straightforward event. But their lies and rumors have had a very short life this time.

We have just received a copy of a note of clarification that was subsequently written by Albert Patel himself to lay to rest the lies and rumors fabricated by the over-zealous members of CHOLA-TLOSA.

Albert Patel’s note of clarification is reproduced here for the benefit of our readers.

Albertda Resignation Letter

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– Well-wishers of Sri Aurobindo Ashram –

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