Despite all the evidences of criminal activity against the members of the organisation, the question remains – why is it not banned yet?
The story behind the hypnotic rise of Sanatan Sanstha, the Goa-based Hindu spiritual organization that has now moved to the brink of being banned
The little known Sanatan Sanstha is popular with young people, mainly in Western Maharashtra and claims it is a spiritual organisation although the investigators assert its alleged members were behind several killings.
When the Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) raided a middle class home in Nallasopara, near Mumbai, and arrested the alleged Sanatan Sanstha member Vaibhav Raut, I was not surprised. When they confiscated 8 bombs, gunpowder, detonators from his house, I was not shocked either. I am aware of the underground activities of radical Hindutva groups. […]
Starting out as just a fringe irritant, the shadowy organisation has been emboldened by the Goa government’s support
Sanathan Sanstha, being probed for bomb blasts and assassination of three great democratic-secular intellectuals of India, Narendra Dhabolkar, Govind Pansare and MM Kalburgi, is an offshoot (or vice versa) of Hindu Janajaguriti Samiti (HJS)
Wives of accused list ‘divine medicines’ administered at ashrams, which they found were ‘amisulpride’, ‘resperidone’.