St. Sudhir Pungaliya challenges Mumbai Charity order of Auction of Osho props.

Osho Rajnish saint threatens to appeal in Supreme Court against the order

Pune: City based social activist and staunch supporter of late Rajnish Osho, Saint Sudhir Pungaliya on Sunday said that he will knock the door of Supreme Court against recent order passed by Mumbai Charity Commissioner about Auction of two properties belongs to World famous Rajnish Ashram in Pune.
Sant Pungaliya in his letter address to top dignitaries of country including Charity Commissioner requesting them to revoked the order and reconsider on it in the interest of many Disciples connected world wise, who sacrifice their whole life for Ashram by involving in meditation and Sadhana.
Mr. Pungaliya further alleged that the decisions of Charity commissioner regarding auction of two Osho properties at Pune is very harassing, inhuman, illegal and while appealing to cancel the order.
Saint Pungaliya alias (Swami Sudhir Bharti) Said that he is associated with osho since 1965 has reiterated that Mumbai Charity Commissioner has ordered the auction of two properties belonging to Osho Ashram are anti-constitutional and against the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who always supported for the causes of Saint in India.
He further Criticizing the timing of the auction due to misbehavior by some some corrupt trustees who were forced to stopped most of the activities of the ashram. Recalling his long association with Ashram, Saint Pungaliya said that once upon a time that there were thousands of devotees and tourists used to visit the ashram every day but now it has been reduced to hundreds.
No one in the Board of Trustees has the right to sell the Osho Ashram and related properties. Pungalia alleged that some trustees are supporting the charity commissioner’s auction order for their own interests.
He said that if the charity commissioner does not withdraw his decision, he will file an appeal in the Supreme Court very soon through his lawyer.
He further said that We would have bought this property ourselves if there was an auction, However, Pungalia clarified that he will not take this decision as this money will go down the throats of corrupt trustees. (UNI)

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