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Nithyananda bans Indian travellers to Kailasa due to COVID-19 surge

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Accused of sexual assault, Nithyananda has been hiding on the island off the coast of Ecuador since the year 2019
Nithyananda described Kailasa as a “Hindu sovereign nation”
Kailasa has banned the entry of Indians
India is witnessing the second wave of coronavirus and its impact is quite evident. India's COVID-19 caseload has tripled in the last 17 days and the situation is severe. In the wake of the COVID-19 resurge in India, the newly formed country Kailasa has banned the entry of Indians. 
Nithyananda, the absconding godman founded his own country Kailasa and in the current situation has closed the borders to travellers from Brazil, Malaysia and the European Union. 

Fugitive Nityananda shuts borders of his fictitious "Kailasa"; wants to keep COVID out

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Fugitive Nityananda shuts borders of his fictitious "Kailasa"; wants to keep COVID out
It was in 2019 that fugitive Nithyananda fled to Kailasa after getting involved in a sexual assault case
Shashi Tharoor and Adhir Chowdhury test positive for Covid
Self-styled Godman Nithyananda has announced that he has banned Indians from entering Kailasa, an island located off the coast of Ecuador. Apart from Indians, Kailasa has also issued a ban on people from countries like Brazil, Malaysia, and the European Union. 
Nithyananda afraid of coronavirus second and third wave
In a presidential mandate posted on his Facebook page, Swami Nithyananda also asked people to quarantine themselves if they have associated with people who live in these countries in the recent past. He also urged all relevant spiritual embassies in Kailasa to acknowledge the order and execute it. 

Fugitive godman Nithyananda bans Indians from entering 'Kailasa' amid COVID surge

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Fugitive Godman Nithyananda Bans Indians From Entering 'Kailasa' Amid COVID Surge
Issuing a video statement, Nithyananda also banned travellers from Brazil, European Union, and Malaysia which are also witnessing a second wave of the COVID-19.
Image- nithyanandapedia.org
Absconding self-proclaimed godman Nithyananda on Thursday banned the entry of all Indians to his island nation 'Kailasa', amid rising cases of Coronavirus in the country. Issuing a video statement, Nithyananda also banned travellers from Brazil, European Union, and Malaysia which are also witnessing a second wave of the Coronavirus. 
Last year, the rape-accused had begun issuing visas and passports inviting people to visit 'Kailasa'. He also initiated charter flight services called 'Garuda' for the same purpose. As per the official website of the godman, visitors were invited to stay for not more than three days during which they would be provided free of cost food, stay and other requirements needed. 

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| Wednesday | 1st January, 2020
It was hilarious, and something that was never done by a president before.
HARISH BIJOOR,Brand guruThe moment that caught me laughing was the creation of the world’s next country: Kailasa.
It might as well be the 196th country in the world.
As a brand person, I love the name of the country as well.
No wonder Nityananda fled to Kailasa with the ‘you in you’. Read Full Article Here
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