Panchkula Violence LATEST UPDATES: Matter deferred till February 21

Panchkula Violence LATEST UPDATES: Matter deferred till February 21

The police formed a charge sheet against 15 people, of which Honeypreet was a prime suspect

By: || Updated: 11 Jan 2018 01:34 PM

Honeypreet reaches court for hearing on chargesheet against her

Haryana: The hearing in Panchkula violence case accused Dera Sacha Sauda Chief Ram Rahim’s daughter Honeypreet Singh deferred till February 21 after the opposition failed the gather supporting documents.  

Hearing of the case in Panchkula court  over the charge-sheet formed against Honeypreet and 15 other accused took  place on Thursday.

The August 25, 2017 violence in Panchkula, which left several dead after Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s conviction by special CBI court, left several question marks.

LIVE UPDATES:

  • The next hearing of he case has been deferred to February 21 after accused fail to gather documents

  • Honeypreet Insan reaches Panchkula court for the hearing


The police formed a charge sheet against 15 people, of which Honeypreet was a prime suspect. The charge-sheet also had 66 evidences which are likely to make a statement against the prime accused.

Some of the other names which are included in police’s chargesheet include –Aditya Insaan, Pawan Insaan, Surendra Dheeman, Dilwan Insaan, Daan Singh, Chamkaur Singh and Govind Ram. Of these people, Aditya Insan and Pawan Insan are still absconding.

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What is Honeypreet accused of?

In its 1200 page long charge-sheet, the cops have accused Honeypreet under section 120 (criminal conspiracy), Section 121(sedition) and Section 121-A.

As per the police, the duties for violence were disseminated during a secret meeting in Dera headquarter. As per the charge-sheet, Honeypreet  led this meeting.

Though the verdict against Ram Rahim was supposed to be announced on August 25, a crowd was gathered in Panchkula and neighbouring areas starting August 20.

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