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Fugitive Nityananda’s propaganda did not go against India, says UN statement on ‘Kailaasa’



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The United Nations statement on “Kailaasa” has arrived.
The UN said ‘Kailaasa’ participated in the talks as an NGO.
The United Nations does not recognize “Kailaasa” as a country.

New Delhi. Representatives of the self-proclaimed nation of the fugitive tantrik Nithyananda, “Kailasa”, recently participated in the discussion of the United Nations Committee on Sustainable Development in Geneva. During the meeting, the representative of the fictitious country asked for the protection of the religious leader accused of rape, whom he called “the supreme priest of Hinduism”. On February 24, a woman named Vijayapriya Nithyananda represented “Kailaasa” as a “permanent ambassador” to the United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR).

In a video of the event uploaded to the UN website, the woman, dressed in a sari, turban and jewellery, can be seen talking about her country’s initiatives in the area of ​​”sustainable development”. The woman said at that time that ‘Kailaasa’ is the first sovereign state for Hindus, which was established by Nityananda Paramasivam. Who revives the “enlightened Hindu civilization” and its 10,000 indigenous Hindu traditions.

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Nithyananda also posted photos from the event on her official Twitter account along with information about the all-female delegation. She said the delegation participated in the discussion on “the equal and inclusive representation of women in the decision-making system”. Apart from these things, the United Nations does not recognize ‘Kailaasa’ as a country and the international agency said that these comments were made when the forum was opened to the public.

In an official response to India Today, the UN said “Kailaasa” participated in the talks as a non-governmental organization (NGO). The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva has stated that the “Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) will not be published as it has no report with the subject of the general discussion”.

The video went viral with the actress in an objectionable position
It is known that Nithyananda, real name Rajasekharan, is from Tamil Nadu. He rose to prominence after establishing an ashram near Bangalore in the early 2000s. In 2010, Nithyananda made headlines after his video in an objectionable position with an actress went viral. Later he was charged with rape and was arrested. He was arrested and charged in another rape case.

This is how ‘Kailaasa’ was created
He fled India in 2019 and established his ashram at a place called ‘Kailaasa’. The exact location of “Kailaasa” is unclear, but it is believed to be on an island off the Pacific coast of Central America. The country is said to have its own passport, flag and even a bank named “Reserve Bank of Kailasa”. The fugitive Tantrik claims to represent two billion Hindus in ‘Kailaasa’.

Tags: Nithyananda, UN.