Over the years, when children were being considered for admission to the Red Group in Mirambika, parents were told by Double Agent and others to ‘not admit their child in Mirambika unless they were committed to keeping him / her at Mirambika till the 10th standard’. Each year, some applicant parents balked at that idea and bolted away but a handful stayed on based on the school management’s representation of integral free progress education in the open environment, building and space shown in the school brochures, website, etc. All paid fees, etc as demanded by the school management. Some of those who stayed on became volunteer Diyas to help the children, some volunteered periodically to help with games, music, certain subjects, etc and some helped with various courses & activities run by SAES for gain. Today, after throwing out the children from the Mirambika Building on 14/4 (so that AICTE could be lied to that that building was for an engineering college and so requested to approve SAES’s application for an engineering college therein – this will shortly lead to a criminal complaint against SAES & AICTE officials including its former Vice Chairman who is alleged to have actively assisted SAES in the conspiracy), the children were first shoved into the residential Ashram and later into the Matri Store building (nothing but ugly glorified barracks, photoshopped by Runway Newbrawl for SAES’s submission to the court), we are being told by Manga and Gang that ‘Mirambika was a failed experiment’, ‘Mirambika is elitist’, etc. This nonsense is being dished out despite many parents having regularly pursued the agenda for organic growth through an increase in number of Diyas, students and classes at Mirambika with the school management as well as SAES. For many years, there had been no improvement or expansion in the school infrastructure. Despite such indifference, each year, some parents offered to contribute toward the welfare of Diyas but SAES wanted a free hand in applying any such contributions to whatever it deemed fit. Each year, over & above the fees, parents contributed money toward multiple activities designed to generate cash for the school. So who is hell bent on failing Mirambika? Manga. Why? As one reader suggested, capitation fees can be best earned through an engineering college. Elementary, my dear Watson!