Urgent Action Requested !!!


Date: 05-04-02

Original Message

From: Glen Meloy

Email: followyourownheart@earthlink.net

Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 5:47 PM

Subject: FW: Travel Warning Status for visitors to Ashrams of Sathya SaiBaba in Whitefield and Puttaparthi.


Dear Friends,

As you can see from the correspondence below, I have received a reply to my recent letter requesting a travel warning to the:

Mr Stephen Bailey, Vice Consul
British Deputy High Commission, 24 Anderson Road, Chennai 600 006.

Please post on all web sites and distribute my original letter and the subsequent reply from the consular officer, Mrs. R. Ramanujam and copy to Vice Counsul Bailey and request that all concerned British Nationals and their friends around the world contact Mrs. Ramanujam and let her know in great detail that there are indeed complaints against the Sai Baba Organization and carefully explain why we need a travel warning issued by every country that allows their unsuspecting citizens to be placed in harm's way when they visit the ashrams (particularly Puttaparthi) of Sai Baba.

Mrs. Ramanujam's Email address is:


Vice Consul Bailey's E mail address is:


Together, we can make a difference... and until we have travel warnings posted in every country, the Government of India and the offcials of the Sai Organization are going to continue covering up these abuses against innocent young males.

If we can get the U.K. to issue a strong travel warning, it will have a huge influence to induce other countries to do the same.

Thank you for your participation in writing to Mrs. Ramanujam and Vice Consul Bailey. I would appreciate receiving a copy of your letters and any subsequent responses so we can document and duplicate the effort with other countries.

Much Love and Light,

Glen Meloy


Below you can find the correspondence I had with the British Deputy High Commission, Chennai:

1. My email to British Deputy High Commission, Chennai

2. The answer from British Deputy High Commission, Chennai

My email to British Deputy High Commission, Chennai

From: Glen Meloy glenmeloy@earthlink.net

Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 20:49:27 -0700

To: bdhcchen@vsnl.com

Subject: Travel Warning Status for visitors to Ashrams of Sathya Sai Baba in Whitefield and Puttaparthi.

Mr Stephen Bailey, Vice Consul
British Deputy High Commission, 24 Anderson Road, Chennai 600 006.

Dear Vice Consul Bailey,

I am inquiring on behalf of unsuspecting British Nationals living in the USA who are planning to visit the ashrams of Sathya Sai Baba in Whitefield and Puttaparthi and who are unaware of the many sexual abuse allegations involving innocent boys and young men when they are left alone in the interview room with Sathya Sai Baba.

Most of these young males have been taught from the time they were born that Sai Baba is God Almighty and they are being enticed by the various centers in the USA and U.K.to travel to India in hopes of securing the coveted private interview so they can converse directly with God.

I am sure you must know there is an official travel warning posted by the US State Department and that it has been proposed on the floor of the House of Commons to issue a similar warning.

What is the current status and are there any other options available to warn British Nationals both in the US and U.K about these serious criminal allegations?

There has been an ongoing conspiracy amongst all the leadership of the International Sai Organization to cover- up these allegations for over 30 years. All the centers refuse to talk about or inform the membership which comprises millions of devotees from almost every country in the world

I would like to share extensive media accounts and other information with the appropriate officials who can take action to at least warn travelers of these well documented cases of sexual abuse.

Thanking you in advance for your help in this matter which caused UNESCO Headquarters in France and Flinder's University in Australia to cancel their sponsorship of a special Teacher's conference that was scheduled to be held in Puttaparthi. This is a matter of public record and we also know that Prime Minister Blair, himself is very much aware of these allegations and actually cancelled a proposed recent meeting with this spiritual fraud god.

In spite of all the political implications and conflict of interests in the Supreme Court of India and their Prime Minister Vajpayee, surely the welfare of all these innocent children must take the highest priority.

It's long overdue for the U.K and other Nations to finally speak out on these atrocities being perpetrated on young males by the richest and most influential Spiritual figure in India who cloaks himself in goodness, but in actuality is a vile evil person who abuses children.

Please take the time to help us get at the truth and at least warn all these unsuspecting travelers. Your courage in doing so will set an example for the rest of the Commonwealth and other countries of the world.

Thank you for your consideration and I await your informed reply,

Glen Meloy

A Former Devotee for 26 years and one of the Global Coordinators pledged to expose and stop the sexual abuse of Sai Baba and to hold accountable all the Sai Organization Officials who have been conspiring to cover-up and withhold the Truth for over 30 years.

PO Box 3510
Palm Desert, California 92261

The answer from British Deputy High Commission, Chennai

From: Revathi.Ramanujam@fco.gov.uk

Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 08:01:23 +0100

To: glenmeloy@earthlink.net

Subject: Travel Warning for Visitors to Sai Baba Ashrams

Dear Mr Meloy

Thank you for your e-mail of 2 May 2002 addressed to Stephen Bailey which
has been passed to me for reply.

We have not received any complaints against the Sai Baba organisation from
British visitors, and as far as we can establish, no police investigations
are currently underway. This remains a matter for the Indian authorities to
investigate. In the light of this, it would be inappropriate to include
references to these allegations in our travel advice.

S Revathi
Mrs R Ramanujam
Consular Officer
BDHC, Chennai


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