Representatives of controversial godman Nithyananda's self-proclaimed country 'Republic of Kailasa' attended a United Nations meeting, where they demanded protection for the "supreme pontiff of Hinduism". The meeting of United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) was held in Geneva on February 24. The photos of the meeting was posted on the official Twitter account of Nithyananda along with the information that the all-women delegation participated in discussions on "equal and inclusive representation of women in decision-making systems". Nithyananda, who left India years ago, established his ashram in a location he calls Kailasa. In this episode of the Editorial, our Managing Editor Mr Sujit Nair shares his take.