Honeypreet confesses to inciting August 25 Panchkula violence, says police sources

Honeypreet being taken to court

Honeypreet being taken to court

Earlier on October 4, the court had sent Honeypreet to a six-day remand, after the police had sought a 14-day remand to interrogate her and establish a connection between Honeypreet and the violence in Panchkula following Ram Rahim's rape conviction.

She, however, did not disclose how the two fugitive accomplices of Ram Rahim helped her evade the arrest for 38 days she also admitted that in this period, she was constantly using mobile phones, but did not reveal about where those mobile phones and SIM cards are now. Honeypreet's aide Sukhdeep Kaur has also been sent to police remand.

Mr Narwana said he had opposed police remand for Ms Honeypreet.

Honeypreet had been evading arrest after Haryana Police mentioned her name in an FIR for inciting violence in Panchkula and adjoining areas on August 25, the day when Gurmeet Singh was convicted for raping two of his followers by the CBI court.

This seems to be a contrast statement; when Honeypreet was arrested on 3rd October on the charges of rioting and sedition, she had completely denied of doing so.

Sources added, "Honeypreet confirmed to the SIT that she made the blueprints of Panchkula violence".

Following the conviction of the Dera chief, violence had erupted in Panchkula and Sirsa claiming 41 lives and injuring more than 260 people.

Honeypreet has been charged under various Sections of the IPC.

Meanwhile, Vipassana Insan who is chairperson of Dera Sacha Sauda did not turn up before Panchkula police on Tuesday, citing medical grounds.

According to the investigating team, a plan for the August 25 violence had been prepared during a meeting on August 17 itself and that details were reportedly saved on a laptop which they hoping to recover soon.

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