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SC orders Police to evict the Prasad sisters

December 12, 2014

In spite of the backing of the country’s topmost law firm, in spite of the support of anti-Ashram powers that operate from the behind the shadows, in spite of the general sentiment that greatly favors women who allege abuse (even falsely!), the monumental lies of the five Prasad sisters have however systematically undermined their efforts in each and every forum that they approached.

This time, it was finally the turn of the Supreme Court of India to issue it’s final order and warning to the Prasad sisters to vacate the premises of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram as earlier promised by them (a false promise that they had knowingly made) or else get forcibly evicted by the Police on the 19th of December ’14.

The members of the Ashram will finally heave a huge sigh of relief, especially the residents of the “Ambabhikshu House” who had to deal with the Prasad sisters on a daily basis. All those who had become victims of the Prasad sisters’ mischievous ploys and found themselves falsely accused and implicated in court cases by these sisters who desperately attempted to strengthen their cases against the Ashram in the courts of law, will have received justice at last!

It will of course be too much to expect anti-Ashram elements like Raman Reddy, Sraddhalu Ranade, R.Y. Dehpande and their ilk to learn some lessons from the outcome of the many perverse games that the Prasad sisters indulged in for well over a decade and which other anti-Ashram elements have joined thereafter. Whether these anti-Ashram elements are the perpetrators of troubles against the Ashram or whether they are the tools of those against the Ashram from the outside, justice seems to eventually catch up with all of their misdeeds.


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The Times of India, Saturday, December 11, 2014

SC asks Pondy sisters to leave Aurobindo ashram by Dec 16

 By Bosco Dominique, Puducherry:

 PUDUCHERRY: The Supreme Court has ordered five sisters, all inmates of Sri Aurobindo Ashram who have been fighting a legal battle against it the ashram for over a decade alleging sexual harassment, to vacate the ashram premises before December 16.

Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman, while disposing a contempt of court petition filed by the Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, directed the all-women police station of Puducherry to evict the sisters if they failed to vacate the premises after the end of the deadline.
The court, in April this year, had directed Jayashreee Prasad and her sisters, hailing from Bihar, to vacate the ashram by July 31. However, they failed to honour the order and continued to stay in the ashram. They did not vacate the premises even after the deadline, forcing the trust to file a contempt petition.

“…the order of this court dated April 29 is clear and unambiguous. In fact the respondents (five sisters) have undertaken to vacate the premises on or before July 31 and have filed their respective undertakings before this court on May 7. Despite the above the respondents have not vacated the premises. Violation of this court’s order is clear. Accordingly we direct the respondents to vacate the premises within seven days from today (December 9) failing which we direct the jurisdictional police station (all mahila police station, Puducherry) to evict the respondents from the premises,” said Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman.
The Supreme Court’s order on December 9 came as a huge sigh relief to the ashram trust and other inmates. The five sisters, who have been litigating against the ashram for over a decade alleging sexual harassment, did not even spare several Madras high court and Supreme Court judges. They openly charged that several judges were corrupt and were passing orders in favour of the ashram trust. “Now it has been proved that how many times the sisters have attempted to wreak vengeance on innocent people in the ashram. We are sure that they are not acting on their own. Some groups or individuals nurturing hatred towards the ashram have been attempting to tarnish the image of the spiritual organization by using them as mere tools,” said an ashram inmate.
It might be recalled that the Madras High Court, which directed the sisters to leave the ashram by September 2, 2012, had found them guilty of contempt of court after they described its order illegal. But the court let them off after they filed a written apology. The battle between the sisters and the ashram trust began when a retired district judge appointed by the Madras high court in 2002 to probe misconduct charges against Hemlata declared her guilty and recommended that the ashram initiate disciplinary action against her.


– Well-wishers of Sri Aurobindo Ashram –


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