Panchkula Court To Announce Ram Rahim Verdict :- The Panchkula court is to announce Ram Rahim verdict, so the state including, Punjab and Haryana on high alert. This one is the verdict of the Ram Rahim which is the infamous rape case, in which he is allegedly involved. The verdict will be pronounced and announce by the Special Central Bureau of Investigation court in Haryana’s Panchkula regarding the alleged rape case of 2007.
At the forefront of a Haryana court judgment in an alleged rape case against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, thousands of his disciples have gathered in Panchkula, so both Punjab and Haryana that is why in the high alert spree ahead of the verdict on August 25.
Panchkula Court To Announce Ram Rahim Verdict
A Special Central Bureau of Investigation court in Haryana’s Panchkula will pronounce its verdict so it is newsmaker of the day and it is grabbing eye balls since 2007. The sect chief, who is blessed with the lakhs of followers in Punjab, Haryana, and other states, has been alleged and accused by a former female follower of raping her more than once inside the expansive Dera campus reportedly.
The Dera is situated on the outskirts of Sirsa town in Haryana, 260 km from Chandigarh.
In order to maintain law and order, the Punjab government has received 75 companies of central forces so that the law and order will be maintained properly.
Warning against any attempts to disrupt peace as per reports the government said that there will be not tolerating any disruption of law and order at any count and directed the state police to control it and prevent it at any attempt to destroy peace.
Heavy police deployment has been available and witnesses in the city Bathinda, which shares its border with Sirsa, where the headquarters of Dera Sacha Sauda are situated.
In the meantime, the Haryana government has imposed prohibitory orders in the state. Anti-social elements or any other person if any person will ever try to intervene or disturb law and order then he or she will be arrested right after that incident, Additional Chief Secretary Ram Niwas stated.