The Asian Age – Will go to court if Ram Rahim is granted parole: Son of murdered journalist

The journalist was killed in Sirsa after his newspaper published an anonymous letter alleging sexual exploitation of women by Ram Rahim.

Sirsa – Haryana – India, 25 Jun 2019. The son of the murdered journalist on Tuesday said he will go to court if the Haryana government grants parole to self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

“Every individual who has served two years in prison has the right to appeal for parole, but it is up to the government to grant it. Ram Rahim played with law and order. He should not be granted parole,” Anshul Chhatrapati, son of Ram Chander Chhatrapati who was killed by Ram Rahim and his henchmen.

The journalist was killed in Sirsa after his newspaper published an anonymous letter alleging sexual exploitation of women by Ram Rahim at his Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters.

“He had my father killed just because he published a story against him. If he is freed, our lives could be at risk. It can also affect the outcome of the pending cases against him,” Anshul said, appealing to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to intervene.

Sirsa Deputy Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kumar said, “A decision cannot be taken as some departments are yet to submit their reports to the government.”

Ram Rahim, who is serving life imprisonment in Rohtak’s Sunaria jail for the murder of the journalist and 20 years in prison for raping two of his women followers, had sought parole in a letter to the jail authorities.

Earlier today, the chief minister had said that the state government has not yet taken a decision on Ram Rahim’s appeal for parole.

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Sikh24.com – Mohinder Pal Bittu’s murder is a setback to sacrilege probe, says IG Kunwar Vijay Partap

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Chandigarh – Panjab – India, 25 June 2019. Although there is a widespread delightedness among the common Sikh masses over the punishment given to sacrilege culprit Mohinder Pal Bittu by two Sikh youths but still there is a section who sees the murder as a high level conspiracy to torpedo probe into the sacrilege cases.

It is learnt that the Special Investigation Team had to examine Mohinder Pal Bittu this week.

Confirming the fact, the SIT head IG Kunwar Vijay Partap Singh said that Bittu’s murder is surely a major setback to the sacrilege probe as his presence could have unearthed those behind the sacrilege incidents. He quashed the speculations about the involvement of gangsters in this murder.

Similarly, the Jail minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has also said that the murder of Mohinder Pal Bittu has sledgehammered the sacrilege probe.

It is pertinent to note here that the SIT had described the sacrilege incidents as a high-profile conspiracy in its two chargesheets filed with the Faridkot court.

As Bittu was receiving direct instructions from the Sirsa cult, his presence could have helped in exposing those who orchestrated the sacrilege incidents.

Mohinder Pal Bittu’s murder is a setback to sacrilege probe, says IG Kunwar Vijay Partap

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NDTV – 463 Indians to get Pakistan visa for Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s death anniversary

The visas issued by the High Commission in New Delhi are in addition to the ones given to Sikh pilgrims participating in the event from different parts of the world.

New Delhi – India, 25 June 2019. Pakistan on Monday issued visas to 463 Indian Sikh pilgrims who are going there to observe the death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

The Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi has also accommodated Sikh “Yatrees” who were granted visas for observing the Martyrdom Day of Guru Arjun Dev Ji from June 14-23, but could not go to Pakistan, the country’s mission in New Delhi said.

The visas issued by the High Commission in New Delhi are in addition to the ones given to Sikh pilgrims participating in the event from different parts of the world, it said.

The 463 Indian Sikh pilgrims will visit Pakistan to observe Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s death anniversary from June 27-July 6.

Within the framework of the Pakistan-India Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines of 1974, thousands of pilgrims from India visit Pakistan every year to observe various religious festivals and occasions.

https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/pakistan-gives-visas-to-463-indians-for-maharaja-ranjit-singhs-death-anniversary-2058652

The Hindu – Kerala man transporting cows found dead in Delhi

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Alappuzha – Kerala – India, 25 June 2019. A native of Chengannur in Kerala transporting cows to Mathura in Uttar Pradesh was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Delhi.

The relatives of Vikraman of Archana Bhavan, Pandavan Para, have lodged a complaint with the Chengannur police demanding a detailed probe into his death.

As per the complaint, Vikraman left Kattapana in Idukki district with Vechur cattle last week.

“He was transporting Vechur cows to be delivered to an ashram in Mathura. He reached Delhi on June 21 and informed his family members that he vomited blood and is being locked up in a room.

The next day he called his son, urging him to come to Delhi and the son reached Delhi the next day. When he tried to contact his father by phone, an unknown person answered the call and told him that his father is dead. He was then asked to stay in a hotel near the Delhi airport for handing over the body,” said an official.

Sudhilal M, circle inspector, Chengannur, told The Hindu that they had registered a case based on the complaint. “A team led by a police surgeon is currently conducting the postmortem of the body at the Government Medical College Hospital, Alappuzha. We will make further statements after receiving the autopsy report,” he said.

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala-man-transporting-cows-found-dead-in-delhi/article28134848.ece