Puttaparthi: The Trust member said that Sathya Sai Baba had no property in his name and had neither named a successor nor left any will. All the properties were in the name of the Trust and the details were with the State government, he added. Stating that Sathya Sai Central Trust came into being in 1972, Mr Srinivasan said that fee medical treatment was being given to the patients in all the Bhagwan Satya Sai hospitals in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and other places. He also disclosed that the Muddenahalli campus would be inaugurated soon.
The Trust members also said that a Satya Sai Nigamagamam was established in Hyderabad in three-and-a-half acres land, a school in 25 acres in Rajahmundry, the Rs 65-crore hospital in Puttaparthi and another hospital worth Rs 113 crores in White Fields. They also disclosed that the Satya Sai Medical Trust was receiving donations to the tune of Rs 100 to 130 crores every year out of which the Trust was spending between Rs 75 to 100 crores on service activities. They also made it clear that the Trust had never sought donations. (NSS)