Sacrilege case: Six more sent to 5-day police remand

BATHINDA:: The special investigation team (SIT) probing the sacrilege cases produced six Dera Sacha Sauda fans within the court of Moga leader judicial Justice of the Peace (CJM) Bikramjit Singh on Tuesday. The court then sent them to five-day police remand.
Though the six were in police custody for the remaining 3 days at the CIA centre at Jagraon, they were officially arrested on Monday within the case registered at town police station, Moga on March 7, 2011 under fees of arson and harm to public belongings. Earlier on Monday, dera follower Mohinderpal Singh Bittu used to be produced within the court and used to be sent to five-day police remand. As according to the SIT, Kotkapura resident Bittu used to be involved within the cases of sacrilege and the police reached other accused via him.

Bittu used to be arrested from Palampur in Himachal Pradesh on June 7.

The six other people have been recognized as Sukhwinder Singh Sunny of Kotkapura, Randeep Singh Neela of Faridkot, Shakti Singh of Dagge Romana village, Baljit Singh of Sikjhawala village close to Kotkapura, Nishan singh and Ranjit Singh, both from Kotkapura. All those are mentioned to be fans of the Dera Sacha Sauda, Sirsa.

The SIT on Monday had recovered some pages from a ‘bir’ from the place of dwelling of Shakti Singh, though his members of the family denied it. The sources mentioned the SIT used to be trying arduous to get better the stolen ‘bir’. A section of the SIT, sources mentioned, has authorised the truth that the ‘bir’ used to be damaged, and it will not be recovered. The SIT has discovered that those persons were in the back of the Bargari and Burj Jawahar Singh sacrilege cases.

Though the Bargari sacrilege case is being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation, the SIT headed by DIG Ranbir Singh Khattra is investigating the function of those other people in more than a few cases of sacrilege, especially the cases of Burj Jawahar Singh Wala from where the ‘bir’ of Guru Granth Sahib used to be stolen on June 1, 2015, and act of sacrilege at Bargari where torn pages from the ‘bir’ were scattered outside a gurdwara on October 12, 2015. The SIT could also be probing the hanging up of a handwritten poster against some non secular preachers at Bargari on September 25, 2015.


When contacted, Khattra showed, “Six accused persons have been officially arrested and were produced within the court nowadays. The SIT is punctiliously investigating cases of sacrilege basically at Mallke village in Moga on November 4, 2015.” He, alternatively, declined to provide any information within the Bargari case as it used to be being investigated by the CBI.


Meanwhile, participants of Dal Khalsa and lots of other activists of more than a few Sikh organizations reached Bargari to turn toughen to the protest being undertaken by Sarbat Khalsa appointed Jathedar Dhian Singh Mand. AAP MLA from Kotkapura Kultar Singh Sandhwan additionally reached the protest website online.


Mand mentioned, “The protest will continue till the state govt does now not remedy Bargari case, killing of 2 protesters at Behbal Kalan and free up of Sikh detainees having completed sentences”.


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