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Honeypreet Insan planned August 25 Panchkula violence a week before Ram Rahim’s conviction

Revelations on planning of the Panchkula violence of August 25 are tumbling out as Honeypreet Insan is being interrogated by the police.
Honeypreet told police that Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh had planned to attend a satsang in Panchkula after his acquittal in the twin rape case. The special CBI court, however, convicted the Dera chief in the rape cases following which violence broke out in Panchkula.
At an important meeting at the Dera headquarters in Sirsa on August 17, Honeypreet Insan, Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s ‘adopted’ daughter, allegedly took two decisions–a satsang if Dera chief is acquitted, violence if he is convicted.
Honeypreet’s latest confession shows it was planned that if Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim was acquitted in the cases, thousands of Dera followers would be assembled in a place in Panchkula and a a satsang would be organised. On the other hand, if the court ruled against the Dera chief, these Dera supporters, who would have reached Panchkula for the satsang, would be allegedly used to unleash violence.
Dera followers were allegedly informed that Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh would preside over a massive satsang in Panchkula on August 25 and were told that this satsang was special. Most Dera followers reached Panchkula for the satsang and were assembled in several places near Sector-23, where Dera has a satsang hall.
A control room was also set-up nearby, which was equipped with walkie-talkie and a wireless set. If sources are to be believed, the Ram Rahim’s security staff, who were Haryana Police personnel, were allegedly misusing the wireless set which belonged to the Haryana Police. The wireless set was allegedly used to monitor the movement of Haryana Police.
As soon as the court pronounced its verdict, convicting Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in the rape cases, Aditya Insan and some others allegedly spread the news among the Dera followers who had gathered in Panchkula. Subsequently, violence broke out on the streets of Panchkula.
Honeypreet made the revelations during her remand in police custody which ends on Friday. Honeypreet is likely to be remanded in judicial custody where police interrogation is not possible. The police, therefore, want Honeypreet to reveal all the secrets over the next 12 hours.

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