Is jailed Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s daughter Honeypreet hiding in Sirsa

At the IWC Special Court in Panchkula, where the trial in the murder cases against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh began, a former driver of Dera Sacha Sauda’s prison leader said today that he was willing to appear as a witness in the cases.
In an exclusive interview with India today, former Gurmeet Ram Rahim pilot, Khatta Singh, said he had “a lot of new things to add” to the cases and will only make these revelations before the judge.

Khatta Singh had previously changed his statements in 2007 due to an alleged threat to his life. “Khatta Singh changed his statement from 2007 to 2012 out of fear,” said Khatta Singh’s lawyer, Navkiran Singh.
Former Gurmeet conductor Ram Rahim Singh has now filed an affidavit in court and the court will decide on September 22 whether to register his statement or not in the case.

Khatta Singh told India today that he was worried about his safety and was “intimate.” “He (Ram Rahim) was a powerful man, he could do anything. Today I want to give a new statement,” said Khatta Singh, the former conductor of imprisoned leader Dera Sacha Sauda.

On the adopted daughter of Gurmeet Ram Rahim and close aide, Honeypreet, allegedly buried, Khatta Singh said “she could be anywhere in Pune, Chhattisgarh or Himachal Pradesh.”
Former driver of Dera Sauda’s chief said he would not be surprised if Honeypreet is “found hidden from Sirsa himself.” Previous reports have said that Honeypreet could have fled to Nepal, and a host of raids were carried out along the Indo-Nepalese border and in the homes of his relatives in Delhi.

The headquarters of Dera Sacha Sauda in Sirsa, Haryana, was recently sought by members of the police and paramilitaries, in addition to officials from various ministries.

Ram Rahim, Jailed In Rape Case, Attends Murder Hearing Via Video Link: 10 Points

Weeks after Dera Sacha Sauda’s head Gumreet Ram Rahim Singh was sentenced to 20 years in prison for violating two of his followers, CBI court heard today arguments in two cases of murder against the self-taught 50-year-old god . Ram Rahim, currently staying in the Sunarah Prison in Rohtak, is not physically present in court. Participate in the audience by videoconference.

Here is a weak point of 10 points in the cases against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh:
The hearing related to the murder of journalist Sirsa Ram Chander Chhatrapati and former director of Dera, Ranjit Singh, allegedly by officials and followers of the sect is in the court of special judge Jagdeep Singh in Panchkula. CBI attorney HPS Varma and defense attorney SK Garg are present at the court.

The man, considered “pitaji” by his followers, was named the main conspirator in both murders. Seven other defendants appeared in person.
Ram Rahim was sentenced to 20 years in prison on 28 August in two separate rape cases by the same IWC court.
Security agencies have increased security coverage in and around Panchkula in Haryana to avoid a chorus of violence that their conviction was handed down August 25, when dozens of Dera supporters have damaged property in Crete in Panchkula, where the court announced its decision.

Its domino effect was observed at Sirsa, the seat of the sect and other cities of Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan. According to police, about 40 people were killed and more than 200 were injured in the violence.
“We have taken adequate security measures before the hearing in the cases,” said the police chief, Mr. Sandhu of Haryana.
Quotas of paramilitary troops and police have been stationed Haryana Panchkula to avoid any undesirable incidents, he added.

Mr. Chhatrapati was shot and killed in October 2002 after his afternoon newspaper “Poora Sach,” published an anonymous letter accusing the women of sexual exploitation by the leader of the headquarters of the Dera sect. He died later.
Former Dera manager Ranjit Singh was also shot in the same year. He was allegedly killed for his alleged role in spreading the anonymous letter by the victims.
The bling guru was also accused of forcing 400 of his disciples to submit to castration so that they could “draw near to God.”

Gujarat government to ban Blue Whale Challenge game

read Whale Challenge is an online game in which the player receives certain tasks to achieve for a period of 50 days and the final task leads the player to commit suicide. The player is also invited to share photos after completing each challenge.

Recently, in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, at least 30 children were tried to play the deadly game. The students used blades and other sharp objects to sculpt whale forms in their arms, Hindustan Times said.

The Assam incident is the latest in a series of reported cases in India of suicide attempts related to the deadly game born in Russia.
In Lucknow, Aditya Vardhan, a 14-year-old boy supposedly hanging in his room. According to his friends, he was playing the game on his cell phone for the past two weeks and was tense.

On September 4, a 17-year-old class XII student committed suicide standing in front of a racecourse in the Damhh of Madhya Pradesh after playing the deadly game.
In Madurai, 19, Vignesh, a private schoolgirl, committed suicide on 30 August in Madurai after playing the game, after which Madras Supreme Court ordered the central government and government of Tamil Nadu to explore the possibilities of prohibit it.

A petition has also been filed with the Supreme Court requesting a ban on the Blue Whale Challenge. More than 200 people, mostly young children, children under 13, 14 and 15 committed suicide by taking up the challenge of the blue whale, the petitioner said. The apex court sought the center’s answer in the plea.

The Supreme Court of Delhi had requested, on August 22, the response of Facebook, Google and Yahoo in a plea to direct them towards the links of Blue Whale challenge.

Jammu and Kashmir: 2 terrorists killed as infiltration bid is foiled in Kupwara’s Machil sector

An infiltration offer was thwarted in the Machhil area and two terrorists were killed, “said defense spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia.
Kalia said the troops observed suspicious moves along the LoC and challenged the intruders, prompting a fight in which the two militants were killed. The weapons were recovered from the dead militants, the spokesman said.
The latest development came just hours after Pakistan broke the ceasefire in the Arnia area, killing cattle and damaging several properties.
IANS reported that Pakistani forces also used bombs and bombs using mortars, automatic devices and small arms.

On 5 September, the Border Security Force (BSF) recovered the body of an activist killed in an infiltration offer along the international border (IB) in the Arnia area of Jammu district.
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“The body of an activist, killed by troops when they frustrated an IB infiltration in the Arnia sector on Monday, was recovered on Tuesday,” said a BSF official.
On 8 August, the army had thwarted an important attempt by militants to infiltrate Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in the Machhil area, killing five ultras in the resulting shootout.

“A large infiltration offer has been thwarted in the Machhil sector warning the troops,” a defense spokesman in Srinagar said.
Thirty-eight militants were killed while the army thwarted 22 infiltration offers along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir until June 2017. According to the army, attempts to infiltrate were defeated in the Gurez, Machhil, Naugam and Uri areas on June 6 and 8, in which seven armed intruders were killed.

‘Mitti ka game’ kabaddi returns to its roots

Surjeet Narwal’s body was sick during an exhausting workout on Monday night, but the demands made on him had barely begun. The 26-year-old, who is part of the Haryana Steelers Pro Kabbaddi League (PKL) franchise, found his phone buzzing with multiple messages, all making the same request.

“Bhaishaab ticket dila do (Please organize tickets for us)”, the texts are read. Narwal must remember and explain himself with discretion. “I have to tell you that I do not really have passes to give, say everything I have, really, it’s new to me,” he said by telephone. It is interrupted in the middle of the conversation by another ticket request. He apologizes once over the phone and again says no to hope in front of him.

A ticket to see a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) match, on his Haryana leg, seems to be a necessity in this part of the country. He is also desperately elusive. This does not prevent people from sleeping on the day of the game outside the Rai Motilal Nehru Sports School where the games are played. Rai is a short drive from Sonepat’s Grand Trunk Road to Delhi.

There are more than a few scalpers here, but they also hope to put their hand on a ticket to turn around by almost three times their value. The printing on the wall of the ticket box with matching dates followed by the words “out of print”, in capital letters, indicates that your hunting will not be easy. In terms of marketing, this stage was a success. Tickets are not cheap. The most expensive for a high seat in a corner of the indoor place of 2,000 seats were valued at Rs 400. The closest retail stock – if it can be marked unmarked for Rs 1,000.

An explanation of this demand is simply a lack of supply. To put it all, there is not much to do in Sonepat or even in Haryana, which borders on the national capital of New Delhi. It’s not funny, there are no glittering malls and the shops are closed before 9pm. So when the PKL, perhaps the most watched Indian league after the Indian League, comes to town for the first time, it’s understandable a big deal. Olympic bronze medalist Sakshi Malik was there the first day, while Yogeshwar Dutt – another bronze winner at the Olympic Games sat in the audience as well. These are not just celebrities. You have teenagers with pointy hairstyles by clicking on selfies and pictures under the title #dhaakadboys next to old Stoics who use pagi (turban) with their arms firmly crossed. There are even some Chinese engineers from one of the many international companies in the industrial districts nearby. Locals use handmade posters, make an ear fracture rack measured at 122 decibels for television cameras. They shout with indulgence “Ehi Mera Haryana (as is my Haryana)” when a writer shouts “Doodh, dahi ka khana (a milk and cottage cheese diet)”.

There is some irony in this scenario of the late arrival of PKL in Haryana. As it is the style of the talent mother with sports, no state is synonymous with kabaddi as Haryana. State players and in particular the Indian Sports Authority training center at Sonepat formed most of the Indian team as soon as the national team won the inaugural gold medal for the sport at the 1990 Asian Games. They counted the parties in the PKL also 93 players in only the 2017 edition – despite the league considered the state unworthy to have its own team until the fifth season. Haryana Steelers, who makes his PKL debut this season, has 13 local players in a 22-player squad.

It is not only the Indians who wonder why this is so. The inhabitants of Nizampur, a border village of Delhi-Haryana with a reputation for prodigious talent, say that before the 2014 Asian Games in Guangzhou, they had some visitors from China. Guests apparently visited the local stadium, questioned the players about their diet and even took soil samples from the village to try to discover the mystery of how the village produced such talent. “Perhaps by air or water, but kabaddi is in our blood,” says Mohit Chhillar, a native of Nizampur and one of the inhabitants of the city of Kabaddi. the stars of the Steelers.

“Go to a village and ask someone,” Hum khelte (We were playing). “From each house there will be a child playing Nickler nahi hogi, from Khelenge (They may not have shorts, but