- An ex-follower of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh said that skeletons can be found in the Dera premises.
- He said that the chief would bury the corpses and plant trees on them.
- Earlier, the organisation is said to have donated 14 corpses without death certificates to a private medical hospital in Lucknow.
In a shocking revelation against the Dera Sacha Sauda chief- Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh-it is said that he may have been involved in organ racket. A former follower of the chief revealed that he used to force his disciples to sign an undertaking, asking them to donate their organs as a sacrifice to him. He also alleges that he saw doctors entering the premises after that.
A day before authorities were about to start sanitising the Dera premises, the ex-follower admitted that skeletons were found in the premises. The follower, Gurdas Toor, further alleged that the Dera chief buried bodies in the compound and planted trees over them. He also said that the followers were killed if they didn't follow his instructions. Meanwhile, according to BJP MP Rajkumar Saini, strict action will be taken if human skeletons are found in the premises during search operations.
According to media reports, a number of paramilitary forces, quick action teams, bomb disposal squads made their way into the Dera premises during the sanitisation process. Speaking to the media, Haryana police DGP, BS Ssandhu said, "We have formed a strategy and are hopeful that the sanitisation process will be conducted in a smooth manner. The Dera management too has expressed willingness to cooperate with the local administration and police during investigation."
The investigating forces are said to have found cash, computers, an unregistered car, and “plastic money” as they began their search on the 600-acre compound of Dera Sacha Sauda. Plastic coins or tokens of Re 1 and Rs 10 denomination were found inside the Dera premises.
The Haryana Government on Friday said that it has announced a probe to find if the chief followed "legal formalities" when he donated 14 corpses to a private medical college in Lucknow this year. Haryana's director general, health services have been asked to conduct an inquiry into the donation of cavaders, which were without death certificates.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:33 PM IST