Honeypreet Confesses On Inciting Violence Post Ram Rahim’s ArrestOctober 11, 2017 12:57
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Honeypreet Confesses On Inciting Violence Post Ram Rahim’s Arrest:- Honeypreet Insan, ‘adopted daughter-cum-close aide’ of jailed Dera Sacha Saud Chief, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh made some shocking confessions before the Chandigarh Police recently. She said that the riots in Panchkula after the conviction of Ram Rahim were incited by her.
During the course of interrogation, the remand application prepared by the cops, also indicates that Priyanka Taneja a.k.a Honeypreet was the mastermind behind inciting the Panchkula riots. The riots caused massive destruction in the surrounding regions. The carnage had led to huge losses amounting to crores, that left at least 40 dead and several injured, while also disrupting normal life in the region.
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The document which has been accessed by a leading news channel, showed that to strategize the violence that broke out moments after Ram Rahim was convicted, she prepared maps on her laptop and mobile. In connection with the violence that followed the sect head’s conviction in a rape case, Honeypreet was earlier arrested a few days ago.
In connection with the violence, Honeypreet was at the top of a list of 43 people “wanted” by the state police. The Panchkula police, on October 1 claimed that the close aide of the Ram Rahim Singh was the main handler of cash generated and distributed at the Dera Sacha Sauda in Sirsa.
The reports had earlier said that, Honeypreet had masterminded and funded the violence in Panchkula which took place on August 25, claimed the five Dera Sacha Sauda supporters, who are now in police custody. A look-out notice against Honeypreet and also against another key aide of the Dera chief, Aditya Insan, was issued on September 1 by the Haryana Police., following apprehensions that they might try to “run out of the country”.
Honeypreet starred as the lead heroine in five films, Ram Rahim directed produced and acted in, over a period of three years. Ram Rahim has been sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment and a fine of over Rs 30 lakh. The Dera Chief’s conviction led to violence in Panchkula and Sirsa in Haryana. This had left 38 people dead, and another 264 injured. Few incidents of violence was also reported from Delhi and several places in Punjab.