Haryana: Two key functionaries of Dera Sacha Sauda arrested

Haryana: Two key functionaries of Dera Sacha Sauda arrested

Police are searching Gurmeet Ram Rahim's campus in Haryana.

Police officials told HT that besides the chair, he had also bought two pairs of shoes, which were once used by dera chief Ram Rahim Singh, at a very high price (exact price not known) and framed these shoes and displayed them at his home as a "prized" possession. The officials involved in the search operation have sealed the factory while the forensic experts from IIT Roorkee have begun examining the the evidence.

The media was kept at some distance from the Dera premises.

The sanitising operations are still ongoing, with a 1000 paramilitary troops on the Dera premises, under the supervision of former judge, AKS Pawar.

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A senior Punjab police officer, however, said that the dera head was initially provided one personal security officer (PSO) in 1997 but as threats to his life increased with time, especially after the 2007 incident at Bathinda where he allegedly imitated Guru Gobind Singh, more PSOs were added.

Taking cognisance of a media report, Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij ordered an inquiry to ascertain if the Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda had sent 14 bodies to a medical college in Lucknow earlier this year in violation of rules.

He was later sentenced to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment and is lodged in the District Jail at Sunaria near Rohtak.

Sirsa/Chandigarh: The search operation of the Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters near Haryana's Sirsa town continued on Saturday with hundreds of security personnel and local administration involved in the exercise.

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An unregistered luxury auto was also seized on Friday from the Dera during the sanitisation exercise, according to officials. The premises of the Dera, houses educational institutions, markets, a hospital, stadium, recreational areas and houses.

The sanitisation process, which was initiated on the orders of Punjab and Haryana High Court concluded at 6:30 pm.

During the sanitisation operation inside the Dera, the authorities also found five boys, two of them minor, from Upkar Colony, where some Dera followers permanently reside, he said.

He also said, "SMS, internet and Railway services in Sirsa will resume from tomorrow". The Gufa itself is spread over in an area of almost 100 acres. Huge bungalows of the sect chief (spread in almost 100 acres) and his family members are also located inside.Hundreds of people and sect followers permanently live inside the mini-township and work there. The heath department is probing the case of cadaver donations at the Dera.

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