The Story of Virendra Dev Dixit

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Re: The Story of Virendra Dev Dixit

Post14 Oct 2018

What's interesting now is that they are going after the PBK women too ... the CBI has filed a chargesheet against 59 women inmates of Rohini’s Adhyatmik Vishwa Vidyalaya. It has accused them of "rioting, unlawful assembly, obstructing public servant and wrongfully confining a Delhi High Court appointed committee" during an inspection in December 2017 calling them a "mob".

Which is pretty royal consider the videos above where a real mob from the street entered the building and started smashing it up.

So far we have seen a lot of accusations but little in the way of actual evidence and now, from the PBK women, counter accusations.

Personally, I don't believe in PBKism but aren't ordinary Indian women allowed the same "freedom of worship" that men or upper caste Indians are? I cannot help thinking that this heavy handed approach will end up being counter productive, encouraging the women's faith just as it did during the Om Mandli era.

Not knowing the BK mythology, the NGOs and High Court are doing exactly the wrong thing and appearing to fulfil the prediction of the religion, eg "as it was the beginning, so it will be in the end", may be even encouraging "End Time" convictions among the PBKs.

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Re: The Story of Virendra Dev Dixit

Post21 Dec 2018

"They seek him here, they seek him there" ... Virendra Dev Dixit remains able to outwit the Indian CBI it appears.

Little to update ... it appears a few issues have been resolved "in mediation" and the court is looking to wrap things up by February of next year with nothing actually having happened.

It seems an investigation unit has been scouring India and raiding AIVV ashrams as far away as Jammu and Kashmir on health of the women followers and centre finances.

It found, "a three elderly ladies were residing inside the building ... Nothing incriminating was found and no item was seized during the search".

NEW Delhi: The Delhi high court on Thursday directed the CBI ..

NEW Delhi: The Delhi high court on Thursday directed the CBI to file a status report on the whereabouts of absconding preacher Virender Dev Dixit, in whose ashram girls were allegedly kept in illegal confinement, and the progress made in cases against him, including of rape.

A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao said it would monitor the cases being probed by the agency against Dixit and listed the matter for further hearing in February.

“Considering the fact that CBI has registered two cases for commission of various alleged offences committed in the institution, we direct filing of a status report by the agency,” the bench said. It also said that probe in the two cases be completed and brought to its logical conclusion.

The court was hearing a matter relating to alleged confinement of girls and women at the Adhyatmik Vidyalaya, run by its founder Dixit in Rohini area of Northwest Delhi. The bench was also informed that a matter relating to obstructing the members of a panel, constituted earlier by the court to inspect the Rohini ashram and its other
branches in Delhi, has been settled in mediation.
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