The bench prima facie found substance in the argument of a panel appointed by it that the ashram and its founder Virendra Dixit were making the girls housed there lodge false complaints against their family members.
It said these complaints against family members appear to have been lodged to dissuade them from pursuing cases against the ashram and Dixit.
The court said that while it will not interfere in any genuine, legitimate and honest spiritual activity, it will "not countenance any fraudulent or illegal activity".
The bench also said that the entire organisation was run and managed by Dixit and arguments to the contrary by the ashram's lawyer are "falsified" by information on the website as well as YouTube videos.
The bench had earlier ordered a CBI probe by a SIT into the ashram and its founder.
The SIT was also asked to investigate various complaints lodged against the ashram and its founder.
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