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Solicitor General asked to submit suggestions on a plea seeking closure of the Ashrams run by fake babas

Lawstreet Journal 9 Jul 2020 7:06pm

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On Wednesday (8th July) the Supreme Court asked a petitioner seeking shutting down of Ashrams run by fake babas to serve the petition to the Centee so that they can come up with suggestions regarding the possible course of action.

The bench inclusive of CJI SA Bobde, Justice Subhash Reddy, and Justice AS Bopanna, directed Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General to read the petition and obtain instructions from the Central Government about what can be done in the case.

CJI Bobde noted the allegations regarding criminal activities and unaccounted money which these Ashrams could probably be lending themselves. 

CJI said to the Solicitor General, “If this man is saying there are 17 ashrams that are fraudulent, as declared by some akhara, it does raise questions. There is a lot of money involved, criminal activities are happening.”

Mehta responding saying that they’ll investigate it. 

The bench discussed a prayer related to guidelines for establishing Ashrams across the country and also directions to authorities to make sure that a register of inmates is maintained, and the fake Ashrams are verified.

The Court said that the Centre should inform the Court of a possible action after considering all the aspects, after 2 weeks when the matter is taken up again.

This comes after the Apex Court was considering a petition seeking urgent direction to shut down all Ashrams run by the fake babas or spiritual leaders arguing that the unhygienic conditions of those Ashrams would defeat the efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19 in the country.

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