Haryana: Curfew continues in Sirsa; Security beefed up ahead of pronouncement of punishment against Ram Rahim
In Haryana, peace is prevailing in the state after violence broke out in Panchkula and other places over the conviction of Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh by a CBI court on Friday. Our correspondent reports that curfew has been removed from Kaithal district however it is still continue in Sirsa district.
The security have been beefed up in Punjab and Haryana ahead of pronouncement of quantum of sentence to Dera Saccha Sauda Chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh tomorrow. Punjab And Haryana High Court has ordered the Haryana Government to make necessary arrangements for the special CBI judge and the two staff members.
At Rohtak, the ten Sunaria jail would be converted into CBI court for a day tomorrow. The army and paramilitary forces are staging flag march in the sensitive district of the both states. The 18 columns of the army has taken over the responsibility of security in Rohtak. As per official information the 30 companies of paramilitary forces have been sent to the Rohtak to mantain peace.
Although the buses and train are not moving, private vehicles are being checked by the cops. In the both states several hundreds Dera supporters have been rounded up.
The forces have vacated the Dera centres in districts along with Dera headquarters and recovered sticks, axes, rods and petrol bombs from their. No stone is being left unturned to keep the situation under control tomorrow.Meanwhile, Dera Saccha Sauda chairperson Vipassana Insaan has condemned the violence and assualt on the media on Friday.