Today, the court is expected to pronounce the punishment to Dera Cheif’s daughter Honeypreet Insan. As per the reports, the Panchkula court has begun the hearing on the charge sheet against Honeypreet for the Panchkula Violence. Honeypreet who is the daughter of self-made Godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim was inculpated by the court for spreading violence in Panchkula. However, Honeypreet Insan had disappeared for almost 38 days after the arrest of Gurmeet Ram Rahim and Panchkula violence. Later on, in October, Haryana Police arrested Honeypreet who then presented before the Panchkula court.
Honeypreet Insan is the adopted daughter of Gurmeet Ram Rahim who had convicted by the court for promoting large-scale violence in Haryana, Punjab and Delhi. Finally, today the court to mount charges on Honeypreet for the trouble of Panchkula violence. On 25th August 2017, the violence in Panchkula had left several dead after the conviction of self-made Godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s by the special CBI court. After the massive violence across Haryana, Punjab and Delhi, the police had formed charge sheet against 15 people including the prime suspect Honeypreet. Also, the charge sheet filed by the police had 66 pieces of evidence which are likely to make the statement against Honeypreet. As per the reports, the names which are included in the police charge sheet are Aditya Insan, Pawan Insaan, Dilwan Insaan, Daan Singh, Govind Ram, Surendra Dheeman and Chamkaur Singh.
The police had formed 1200 page long charge sheet against the accused Honeypreet and 15 other under the 120 section, 121 section and 121-A section. According to the police, the duties of the Panchkula and the massive violence across Haryana, Punjab and Delhi was disseminated by the Dera supporters after conducting the secret meeting in Dera headquarter. As per the reports, Honeypreet led meeting at Dera headquarters. And on 25th August when Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted by the court, then the massive crowd was gathered outside the Panchkula court and neighbouring areas to protest.