Search operation to sanitize Dera Sacha Sauda going on under supervision: Haryana Police

08 September, Chandigarh


Haryana Director General of Police B S Sandhu Friday said that the search operation to sanitize Dera Sacha Sauda at Sirsa is going on under the supervision of court commissioner, retired district and session judge AKS Pawar.

He said that the official information regarding recoveries from the Dera would be given after the operation is over. DGP was addressing a press conference at Panchkula. He said that the Dera has been divided into 10 sectors for search operation.

The sector wise search is being taken by the search teams including bomb squads, dog squads and Swat commandoes and search operation is being videographed.

Replying to a question Mr Sandhu said that Honeypreet was not allowed to flee, in fact the charges against Honeypreet have been framed after investigation. He said that the efforts are on to arrest her. DGP said that police had talked to one of the three accomplice of Honeypreet and efforts are on to make contact with two others.

When asked about the rumours regarding death of Honeypreet, Mr Sandhu said that investigations are on and police is looking for honeypreet.

DGP said that the car found at Nepal border bearing Punjab number is being examined. He said that on the basis of disclosures by Dera follower Surender Dhiman Insaan arrested in sedition case, police is also looking for incharge of Dera Panchkula Mr Chamkaur Singh and Dr Nain.

The search operation is still on in the old and new Dera Sacha Sauda at Sirsa, Videography of the search operation is also being done as per directions of High Court. The internet and SMS services, which were discontinued today, will remain suspended till September 10.

The security forces have recovered new and old currency, plastic currency, computers, hard disks, without number OB Van and a without number luxury vehicle from the Dera till now. The security forces have also recovered two minor children and three major boys.

The minor children have been handed over to child protection department. Haryana Director General of Police has said that the official information about recoveries would only be given after the operation is over.


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