As authorities raced against time to meet the Monday deadline set by the Punjab and Haryana High Court to ensure his appearance, the situation remained volatile around the ashram, which has been surrounded by police and paramilitary forces and all roads leading to the premises sealed, officials said.
Several disciples of the controversial godman are still holed-up in the Ashram to prevent his arrest in a contempt of court case.
A police official said additional police force has been deployed in this town yesterday to bring out Rampal, who is being protected by a strong human shield formed by his followers including women, some of whom are believed to be carrying lethal weapons.
Official sources said that authorities were trying to persuade Rampal to surrender on his own as this may help avert any incident of violence once he gives up at his own will.
However, plans to storm the Ashram and use of force to comply with the court orders, have been kept ready, the sources said.
Five Superintendents of Police Hisar, Bhiwani, Sirsa, Jind and Fatehabad are among the senior police officials present here to ensure that the court orders are executed.
On Saturday, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had appealed to Rampal to present himself in the court "in a peaceful manner" and "without any hindrance", saying, "one must give utmost priority to uphold the dignity of judicial system."
"In a democratic set up, one must give utmost priority to uphold the dignity of judicial system," Khattar had said.
Hisar Range Inspector General of Police, A K Rao, who is camping at the site here, has urged Rampal's followers to cooperate with police and comply with the court orders.