NO VALID DEATH CERTIFICATE ISSUED FOR SATHYA SAI BABA'S DECEASE 24/3/2012
Sathya Sai Baba's death certificate was not legally valid. Dr. Safaya of the Sathya Sai Super-speciality Hospital, Puttaparthi, signed the certificate but resigned his post almost immediately, his suggestion was that he was forced into a role which he could not accept.
The Dutch academic, Chris Dokter, posted this information on his website 'Mind Your Mind' under The Case of the Missing Death Certificate
Sathya Sai Baba’s death was announced on April 24, 2011. The certificate above was published widely in India on that same day.
The Indian media company NDTV posted a copy of it and a comment was made on this by Dr. Soumitra Mukhopadhyaya (24-04-2011)
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The Indian media company NDTV posted a copy of this invalid certificate and a comment was made on this by Dr. Soumitra Mukhopadhyaya (24-04-2011)
"As a doctor I should point out that the cause of death mentioned (cardio-respiratory failure) is medico-legally unacceptable. The cause leading to cardio-respiratory failure needs to be clearly mentioned. The international death certificate does not accept cardio-respiratory failure as a valid cause of death"
Not producing a death certificate is in strict violation of Andhra Pradesh State regulation, Indian law, and international law. This kind of cover-up attempt is typical of virtually every announcement made through decades by Sai Baba authorities whenever there was anything untoward involved. The 'spin doctors' of the Sathya Sai Central Trust are just continuing a tradition of secrecy... in this case keeping the public from knowing from which illnesses Sathya Sai Baba actually suffered which led to his weight loss (to 28 kilogram) and successive failure of his heart, lungs, liver, kidneys... until he was evidently disconnected from life support in a cynical ploy to make it appear he was akin to Jesus - passing away on Easter Sunday.
The resurrection that was widely expected - in many instances of posted comments on newspapers and web outlets with fanatical certainty - never occurred.