Landmark judgment in Swami Nithyananda case

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21 July 2016

Nithyananda Peetham, Bidadi


In a landmark judgment in the Swami Nithyananda case, the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka has ordered for the production of all the documents and evidences that had been collected by the police but not yet produced to the Court. These include the medical reports of the alleged rape victim Ms. Arathi Rao from 2004 to 2009 showing she has had 4 highly contagious and incurable STDs some of which are transmitted by mere touch, her own email admission in mid-2009 (six months after her last alleged instance of rape), that she never had any kind of sexual relationship with Swami Nithyananda, multiple proofs of discrepancies in the dates and locations of the alleged rape incidents (in fact, one instance of claim of alleged rape was in Salem, Tamil Nadu, while her medical records show that she was meeting with her doctor in USA on that very same day), Swami Nithyananda’s medical reports showing he has never had any STDs and has a yogic body and not capable of a sexual act, and a number of critical witness statements, amongst all the other evidences as documented in the case diary. The Hon’ble High Court has clearly ordered for all the records of the case for the Trial Court  to look into. This is a critical breakthrough in the case in favour of Swami Nithyananda as multiple evidences in his favour have been ordered to be produced by the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka which can be used to his favour for dismissal of the case against him.