The step was taken after the Delhi High Court formed a panel consisting of lawyers and the DCW chief, to inspect the premises of the so-called institute, owned by the Baba Virender Dikshit where girls and women were allegedly kept in illegal confinement.
Delhi High Court also asked for a list of all 8 Ashrams of Virendra Dev Dikshit to be produced as soon as possible. Court also questioned the meditation being taught if the inmates are being forcibly kept in prison-like conditions.
“In the last 20-22 years, numerous complainants have approached the Police, but to no avail. I was also threatened for raising my voice in the media, but I was not afraid as I wanted to save innocent girls,” said a neighbour of Baba Virendra Dev Dikshit's Ashram in Delhi's Rohini.