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Osho’s death controversy demands answers even today

DNPUN22656 | 1/19/2010 | Author : Abhay Vaidya | WC :594 | Religion & Spirituality



Twenty years after he died, the controversy surrounding Osho’s death on January 19, 1990 has still not been resolved with many followers seeking answers to key elements in the official story.
Within and outside discussion groups on the Internet, Osho’s followers are questioning the official version about Osho’s death and the purported instructions that he left behind for the conduct of the multi-million dollar commune after him.
The official version that he died of thallium poisoning administered during his prison term in the United States is being questioned on discussion groups such as sanyas.org. Many of his followers say that the mystic never showed any deterioration in his health for at least two years after his return f
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