Gurmeet Ram Rahim Rape Case: These Words Of The Alleged Victim Will Shock You
Over 15 years ago, a sadhvi of Dera Sacha Sauda wrote an anonymous letter to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee stating that she was sexually exploited by the organisation’s head Gurmeet Ram Rahim.
As the Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Panchkula delivers its final verdict in the case, here’s what the victim said in her letter:
In the first page of the letter, she states that “hundreds of girls” with her in the Dera are “continuously being subjected to,” and are also “being raped by the Chief of Dera – Maharaj Ram Rahim.”
“I could never even dream that Mahraj could be like this. Mahraj then switched off the T.V., made me sit on his side and offered me water to drink. He said he has bestowed upon me a special favour by choosing me or his dearest Saadhvi.”
‘this was my first day. Taking me in his arms he said he likes me from the corner of his heart and would like to make love with me.’
“When I asked him – is this what God does – he said: This is nothing new and has been going on for years together. Lord Krishna had 360 Gopis and daily made love with them yet people, worship him as God.”
In the second page of the letter, the Sadhvi claims she was told she was “his property.” She added that Gurmeet Ram Rahim claimed he could “kill” her and said her “family has intense faith in him and would never dare to go against it”.
In this letter, the anonymous Sadhvi claims Ram Rahim told her “he enjoys great say in politics” and politicians “take money and support from” him. She wrote;
“Since the politicians take money, and support from me, they would never, go against me. He said he would get my family members fired from their jobs or get them killed by his Sevadaars’ (goons) and would leave no evidence whatsoever.”
In the third page of the letter, the Sadhvi narrates how the girls despite being well educated are ‘leading a life in hell due to the superstitious nature and dead faith’ of their family members. She added that when “a girl from Sangrur district..narrated the whole thing to her neighbours, sevadars (goons) from the dera went to her place with guns, bolted the door from inside and threatened to kill her.”
She appealed to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to investigate the matter ‘through press or any agency.’ She said that the investigation would reveal that 40-45 girls in the dera are ‘living in utter fear and insecurity’ but when taken into confidentiality ‘they are ready to disclose everything’.
Source: Republic World