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Osho Ashram land sale row explained as disciples meet Maharashtra Governor Koshyari

Osho Ashram land sale row explained as disciples meet Maharashtra Governor Koshyari

India Today, Pankaj P. Khelkar Pune July 1, 2021 UPDATED: July 1, 2021 15:52 IST
Osho disciples from Mumbai and Pune met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and urged him to stop the sale of land and recommend an investigation into the activities of the ashram.

Once famous for hosting celebrity devotees, Osho Ashram of Pune is in news again. A group of Osho disciples are trying to stop the sale of two plots of Osho International Foundation’s ashram in Pune’s Koregaon Park.

Osho disciples from Mumbai and Pune met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and urged him to stop the sale of land and recommend an investigation into the activities of the ashram.

The delegation that met Koshyari on Wednesday included Vageesh Saraswat, Sunil Shyam Mirpuri, Zia Nath, Smita Dubey and Kunika Arti Razdan. They had an hour-long meeting with Koshyari.

Talking to India Today, Zia Nath said the governor accepted their memorandum and asked them to get all of the possible documents so that he was able to understand the issue in a correct manner.

The issue of the sale of ashram land is being heard by the Charity Commissioner in Mumbai. The next hearing is scheduled on July 6.

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