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QRT Denied Entry to Resort
Posted by Swami Dete    Friday, December 31, 2010 at 12:48
In Pune, a quick response team (QTR) was set up as a last line of resort in the event of another terrorist attack on the city. The team was visiting key establishments, with the primary aim of familiarizing themselves with the layout of these areas, in order to most effectively respond if the worst case scenario arose (like for example the Mumbai siege).

Obviously, the Osho International Meditation Resort (OIMR) is going to be high on the list of priorities, and no doubt, with a boasted abundance of international visitors to the exclusive resort (the largest spiritual club of its kind on the planet), foreign governments would also be pleased to hear of such foresight. However, remarkably, the management of the Osho Resort denied the QRT access to their facilities.

Ma Amrit Sadhana, the official spokesperson for the resort, said of the denied request that “I have no comments on this. We work very sincerely, that's all I can say”, and when queried about the Headley conne