Panchkula Violence Following Gurmeet's Conviction was Orchestrated By Honeypreet

Lester Mason
October 8, 2017

Chamkor Singh and Daan Singh, who were arrested earlier for instigating violence, are now lodged in judicial custody.

Police interrogation of Honeypreet, rape convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim's adopted daughter, revealed that she used two different mobiles, three worldwide SIMcards and 16 domestic SIMcards during the 38 days she evaded the police since August 25 Panchkula violence. This was revealed to the cops by Honeypreet's personal assistant Rakesh Kumar, a newspaper report stated.

Since the conviction of Gurmeet Ram Rahim's conviction, the police has been in pursuit to nab his "adopted daughter", his aide, Honeypreet Insan, on the charges of conspiring to flee him from Panchkula and inciting Panchkula violence.

Kumar is now in the custody of the Special Investigation Team (SIT).

It is also said that the broad planning of the violence on August 25 was done in the Dera headquarters in Sirsa ahead of the verdict in the rape case. The ED will soon register a case against Honeypreet and Gurmeet Ram Rahim under the relevant provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema) and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Earlier on October 6, Haryana police recovered a hard disk, containing the property details, amounting more than Rs 700 cr. Her former husband Vishwas Gupta had alleged an illicit relationship between the two.

According to reports, the ED has initiated a regular enquiry against Ram Rahim's illegal businesses.

Officials also said that the police were also investigating as how Honeypreet sourced different sims.

On August 28, a CBI court awarded 20-year-imprisonment to Ram Rahim Singh for the rape and criminal intimidation of two "Sadhvis" (women followers) who were residing in a hostel located on the premises of the Dera back in 1999. Isolated incidents of violence were also reported from Delhi and several places in Punjab.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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