Honeypreet Insan, adopted daughter of Ram Rahim arrested

  • Honeypreet Insan, adopted daughter of Ram Rahim arrested

Honeypreet Insan, adopted daughter of Ram Rahim arrested

Haryana Police had launched a massive hunt for Honeypreet over the weekend.

She is also known to be one of the most important persons at the Dera and made news during Ram Rahim's conviction as she was constantly seen beside him. Serious charges of sedition, waging war and inciting people for violence have been slammed on Honeypreet. Both of them were being questioned. She is not speaking much.

Singh was convicted of raping two of his women followers.

He said the information was being verified.

Honeypreet along with another woman arrested by Haryana Police from Zirakpur-Patiala road in Punjab, says Panchkula Police commissioner A S Chawla. He said: "We have arrested her".

He said the Punjab Police has been informed about the arrests. She said that she would take legal advice on whether to surrender to the police, during her interview and also added that she went into depression after the arrest of her father Gurmeet.

Mohali SSP Kuldeep Chahal, however, said the reports were "misleading".

Sources also said that Honeypreet is trying to circumvent the questioned by the officials, pretending that her mental condition is unstable.

But 10 years later, Honeypreet - who was given this name by the sect leader himself - came to Dera Sacha Sauda, complaining about harassment by Vishwas Gupta. However, India Today has now managed to get in touch with Honeypreet and she has spoken about the conviction and the Dera in detail.

The Haryana Police had on September 1 issued a lookout notice against Honeypreet Insan and another key aide Aditya Insan following apprehensions that they might try to "escape from the country". Haryana police had previously searched the Indo-Nepal border for her, in response to these allegations. Upon discovering that Ram Rahim was likely to serve 20 years in Jail, Honeypreet was devastated and too overcome with emotions to instigate people to commit any kind of violent assault upon others.

There has been no trace of Honeypreet after the evening of August 25.

Honeypreet had filed an anticipatory bail application in the Delhi high court, which the court dismissed last week.