Decision on punishment, five convicts including Ram Rahim reserved

Haryana:- The sentence of the convicts of Ranjit Singh murder case has not been decided on Tuesday. The debate on the sentence in the CBI court in Panchkula is over. Now the announcement will be on October 18. Ram Rahim’s appearance took place through video conferencing. The other accused were produced in the court.

In the famous Ranjit Singh murder case, the special CBI court on Tuesday completed the arguments on the sentence of five convicts, including Deramukhi Ram Rahim. Now the sentence will be announced on October 18. Tight security arrangements were in place throughout Panchkula. The police had deployed 700 soldiers for the security of the city by putting up 17 nakas. Police personnel were deployed in large numbers outside the district court as well. Section-144 was applicable in the district. Ram Rahim is currently lodged in Rohtak’s Sunaria Jail.

Ram Rahim’s appearance through video conferencing
Deramukhi Ram Rahim was produced in a special CBI court through video conferencing from Sunaria Jail in Rohtak. At the same time, the guilty Krishna Kumar, Avtar, Jasveer and Sabdil were sent to the CBI court.

guilty in these sections
On October 8, in the Ranjit Singh murder case, the court convicted Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and Krishna Kumar under Section 302 (murder), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC. At the same time, Avtar, Jasveer and Sabdil were convicted by the court under sections 302 (murder), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and Arms Act of the IPC.

Ram Rahim cited social work
During the appearance, Ram Rahim, in his eight-page statement, referred to social work to the court. Ram Rahim also appealed for relief in punishment on the basis of his public interest and social work. Ranjeet Singh’s son Jagseer’s lawyer RS ​​Bains gave this information.

This was Ranjit Singh murder case
On 10 July 2002, Ranjit Singh of Kurukshetra, who was a member of the management committee of the dera, was shot dead. Dera management suspected that Ranjit Singh had written an anonymous letter of sexual abuse of Sadhvi from his sister. Dissatisfied with the police investigation, Jagsir Singh, son of Ranjit Singh, filed a petition in the High Court in January 2003, seeking a CBI inquiry.

The High Court handed over the investigation of the case to the CBI after ruling in favor of the son. While probing the case, the CBI had registered a case against five people including Ram Rahim. In 2007, the court framed charges against the accused. Although initially the Deramukhi was not named in the case, after handing over the probe to the CBI in 2003, the Dera chief’s name was involved in the murder in 2006 based on the statement of Ram Rahim’s driver Khatta Singh.

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