Even as a complaint was filed in the chief minister’s special cell in Chennai, against spiritual guru and centre’s founder Jaggi Vasudev, his Isha Foundation has denied all the charges.
It denied allegations made by a couple that its Isha Yoga Centre in Coimbatore is holding their two daughters captive. The foundation released a statement on Wednesday saying that the two girls Maa Mathi and Maa Maayu, born Geetha (34) and Latha (31), had chosen to live at the centre.
“We would like to clarify that the duo, like other full-time volunteers, have been staying here on their own,” the statement said. “We understand that their decision may have caused pain to their parents, which is not our intention at all. We have respectfully requested the parents to reconcile with the decisions they have made as well-educated adults and refrain from making baseless allegations against the Foundation and its founder.”
Talking to the reporters, professor S. Kamaraj, father of the two girls, Geetha (34) and Latha (31), had claimed that both his daughters were kept as