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PANCHKULA POLICE TO SEEK AGAIN REMAND AS HONEYPREET NOT COOPERATING IN INVESTIGATION: POLICE COMMISSIONER

October 05, 2017 07:29 PM

CAPT AMARINDER FLAYS KHATTAR FOR QUESTIONING PUNJAB POLICE ROLE IN HONEYPREET CASE

Captain Amarinder asked Khattar to refrain from such fabrications to shield his own government’s failure in the Dera Sacha Sauda case. After trying unsuccessfully to pin the blame for the Panchkula violence on the Punjab government, Khattar was now trying, once again, to divert public attention from the total collapse of the law and order that had gripped Haryana since the day Dera chief Ram Rahim was found guilty on rape charges, said Captain Amarinder. 

Panchkula /Chandigarh(Face2News)

The Panchkula Commissioner on Thursday said that Police to seek remand for more days againist Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s so called adopted daughter Honeypreet Insan alias Priyanka Taneja as she was not cooperating in investigation by Special Investigation Team (SIT)

Meanwhile Captain Amrinder Singh Chief Minister of Punjab, has lambasted his Haryana counterpart Manohar Lal Khattar for questioning the role of the Punjab police in the Honeypreet Insaan case. 

According to latest information the Haryana Police  and her associate harbourer Sukhdeep Kaur were taken to Bathinda  where honepreet stayed for four days in Sukhdeep Kaur house. When Honeypreet, ini managed interview before her arrest, had said that  she don't remember whether she stayed there.

Police commissioner also disclosed that if Honeypreet may not cooperate to Police, than there is no alternative to get conducted Narco test.

On Thursday, Honeypreet Insan and Sukhdeep Kaur were taken to Sector-20 police station. They were taken to Bathinda via bus. Honeypreet was questioned for two hours at the house, but she claimed that she didn’t remember whether she came there or not.

The report further said that Sukhdeep was driving Honeypreet’s car for four days. They stayed together around Chandigarh at three places. Honeypreet had 17 SIM cards, out of which three were international.

Panchkula ACP Mukesh Kumar said that since Honeypreet was denying her role in inciting violence in Panchkula, the police would seek permission for a lie-detector test on her. They would also seek further remand for her.

In the meantime Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh reacting strongly to the Haryana chief minister’s reported statements alleging Punjab police complicity in the matter, Captain Amarinder asked Khattar to refrain from such fabrications to shield his own government’s failure in the Dera Sacha Sauda case. 

After trying unsuccessfully to pin the blame for the Panchkula violence on the Punjab government, Khattar was now trying, once again, to divert public attention from the total collapse of the law and order that had gripped Haryana since the day Dera chief Ram Rahim was found guilty on rape charges, said Captain Amarinder. 

Captain Amrinder Singh
Manohar Lal
Categorically rejecting any involvement of the Punjab government or any of its institutions in the entire episode, leading up to the arrest of Honeypreet, the Punjab Chief Minister said if the state police had any information about Honeypreet they would definitely have shared the same with the Haryana police. 

Captain Amarinder pointed out that reports, in fact, suggested that some senior Haryana police officer/(s) had known of Honeypreet’s whereabouts for several days but had failed to arrest her. Instead of probing his own officials’ role in the entire affair, Khattar was simply trying to shift focus to Punjab, as he had done in the wake of the Panchkula violence, said Captain Amarinder. 

The Punjab chief minister trashed Khattar’s charges that the Punjab police failed to give intelligence inputs on Honeypreet to the police in the neighbouring state. The Punjab police had been giving regular inputs to their counterparts in Haryana even before the Panchkula court hearing in the Ram Rahim case, said Captain Amarinder, adding that the Haryana government and police had failed to take cognizance or act on the information. 

The chief minister made it clear that while the Punjab police had not been pursuing Honeypreet since she was not wanted in any case in the state, there was no question of shielding the `adopted daughter’ of rape convict Ram Rahim. He urged Khattar to focus on taking the case to its logical conclusion and on maintaining law and order in Haryana instead of wasting his time and energy in concocting false charges against the Punjab government and police. 

It may be recalled that Punjab Police has even earlier ruled out any knowledge about Honeypreet, scotching all reports suggesting otherwise.

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