Bargari sacrilege Case: Punjab Police SIT files charge sheet against 4 Dera followers

However, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim has not been named by the SIT in the Bargari sacrilege case so far.

Bargari sacrilege Case: Punjab Police SIT files charge sheet against 4 Dera followers

Bargari sacrilege case: Punjab Police SIT probing the 2015 sacrilege incidents on Tuesday filed a charge sheet in a Faridkot court against four Dera followers.

They have been accused of pasting derogatory posters near the gurdwaras of Bargari and Burj Jawahar Singh Wala villages in the Faridkot district on September 24, 2015.

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However, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim has not been named by the SIT in the Bargari sacrilege case so far. As per the sources, the SIT is looking for evidence before naming the Dera head.

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The charge sheet was filed in the court of judicial magistrate Tarjani. It was filed against Sukhjinder Singh, alias Sunny, and Ranjit Singh, alias Bhola, both residents of Kotkapura, Shakti Singh of Daggu Romana village and Baljit Singh of Sikhanwala village in Faridkot district.

It is pertinent to mention that SIT also named Dera follower Mohinder Pal Singh Bittu, who was killed in Nabha jail, and three absconding members of the Dera’s national committee as conspirators. These are Sandeep Bareta, Pardeep Kaler, and Harsh Dhuri. All of them are residents of Haryana.

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The challan was filed under Indian Penal Code Sections 295-A, 506, 120-B, and 153-A.

Punjab Police SIT stated that Sukhjinder had written the posters and pasted two of them on the gate of the gurdwara at Burj Jawahar Singh Wala along with Ranjit. Likewise, SIT said that Shakti had brought A-4 size papers and the marker. Shakti and Baljit had pasted the poster at the Bargari gurdwara.

-PTC News