001. nagpurtoday.in reports in "Cops Raid Shatayu Naturopathy Clinic at Ravinagar Sq, Bust Sex Racket; 4 Girls Rescued" (2016-04-08):
"Nagpur: the Social Security Branch (SSB) of Crime Branch on Thursday raided a naturopathy clinic situated in a posh apartment complex at Ravinagar Square and busted a sex racket being run covertly from the place. Four victimized girls have been rescued in the police action [...] a woman named Meenakshi alias Meghna and her accomplices named Akash were indulging in a scandalous act by way of running a sex racket in the name of Shatayu Naturopathy Clinic [...] the two accused were resorting to luring the girls with ‘handsome returns’ and pushing them into flesh trade covertly from the Naturopathy Clinic. Acting on the tip-off, the sleuths of Crime Branch first sent a decoy customer in order to confirm the veracity of the information. As soon as the decoy customer confirmed the flesh trade activities, the cops raided the Shatayu Naturopathy Clinic and rescued four victimised girls from the spot. However, the two accused kingpins Meenakshi alias Meghna Pandhari Kharkar (28), resident of Chandan Nagar and Akash (full name not ascertained) succeeded in dodging the raiding cops and went absconding. Police have booked the absconding accused under Sections 370, 34 of IPC read with Sections 3, 4, 5, 7 of Prevention of Illegal Trafficking Act 1956 and launched a search to nab them [...]";
very disturbing. We should be doing this with naturopathy in North America, but not for prostitution and exploitation [unless so!], for naturopathy's bogus therapeutics offered as "science-based" like homeopathy, applied kinesiology, Vega EDS, hyperbaric chambers, injections and infusions, reiki, craniosacral therapy, quackupuncture, Unda, colonics and such. Those kinds of "scandalous" acts, that kind of racket.