Honeypreet sent to Ambala Central Jail

Gurmeet Singh Ram Rahim Singh

In a startling revelation, Honeypreet Insan, the closest aide of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has told Haryana Police that the self-styled god wanted to flee India immediately after being convicted but the plan fell through, reports said on Friday.

The duo will spend the next 14 days in Ambala jail.

Summary: The police said they made these recoveries during the nine-day remand of the dera head's "adopted daughter" Honeypreet Insan who was sent to judicial custody till October 23.

According to the Newspaper, While the laptop was recovered during a search operation at the dera, the mobile was handed over to the police by dera chairperson Vipassana on Friday after she reached for questioning here.However, the data in her mobile phone, a latest iPhone version, was found deleted."Honeypreet has feigned ignorance about this".

During the investigation, Haryana Police claimed that Honeypreet was not cooperating during the interrogation. The prosecution also told the court that Honeypreet had provided incriminating evidence in the case. Police would demand for more remand of Honeypreet sources said.

Haryana Police had arrested Honeypreet from Zirakpur on October 3, around 25 kilometers from Chandigarh.

Violence had erupted in Panchkula and Sirsa, the Dera headquarters, which claimed 41 lives-six died in Sirsa-and left almost 200 injured in the August 25 violence which broke out after Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's conviction.

Following the conviction of the Dera chief, violence had erupted in Panchkula and Sirsa, the Dera headquarters, which claimed 41 lives and left scores of people injured. Police claim that laptops has details of fielding of the dera members in Panchkula and mapping of the city.

The laptop belonged to Honeypreet and a special investigation team (SIT) had cited in a local court that the laptop along with the phone would have to recover from the possession of Honeypreet and her aide, Sukhdeep Kaur, on October 10.

Ram Rahim has been sentenced to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment and a fine of over Rs 30 lakh.



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