Chandigarh: After convicting Gurmeet Ram Rahim, in the rape case, Haryana police said on Saturday that in view of the large-scale violence committed by Dera supporters, Ram Rahim will not be brought to Panchkula on Monday for hearing Will be gone. Judge Jagdeep Singh of the CBI Court convicted the Dera chief for sexual harassment with two female sadhvi’s in the 2002 rape case. In this case, a 50-year-old religious leader will be sentenced on August 28. After being proved guilty, the Haryana government specifically arranged a helicopter to take Ram Rahim to Rohtak jail. He is lodged in the district jail of Sanororia, which is 10 kilometers away from Rohtak.
Haryana Director General of Police B s. Sandhu told the media here on Saturday that the Dera chief will not be brought to Panchkula due to security reasons for the punishment. DGP said, “he can be sentenced through video conferencing or if required, the court will be put there (in Rohtak jail).” Haryana Chief Secretary D.S. Desai dismissed reports that the convicted criminal master is being given VIP facility by the state administration and police in jail.
The DGP and the Chief Secretary, however, did not clarify about why a woman who claimed the daughter of Dera chief was allowed to take her along while taking the prisoner in a helicopter after taking her into custody. In the adjacent Panchkula city, where the CBI court had ruled. On Friday, terrorists resorted to violence and caused a wave, in which 29 people died, vehicles burned and millions of properties were damaged.