Honeypreet Insan nabbed in Punjab

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"We don't know where she is", said AS Chawla, police chief of Panchkula, where she was expected to show up.

Panchkula Police Commissioner told ANI on Tuesday they were ready with arrangements on Honeypreet's surrender.

The self-styled Godman, Gurmeet Ram Rahim's adopted daughter Honeypreet is finally in the custody of the Haryana Police. She was seen outside the court and in a chopper, arranged to take Ram Rahim to Rohtak jail. The girl who talked about patriotism with her father went to jail, then she was accused of treason.

Honeypreet Insaan went on: "I was there with my Papa (Ram Rahim) and discharging my duty as a daughter (on August 25)". I went into depression. She also lashed out at former husband Vishwas Gupta and said that he is not important.

Honeypreet also dismissed claims that she plotted and instigated riots in Panchkula, saying it was not possible for her to conspire against state machinery.

The police carried out searches in Gurgaon and other locations to get to the elusive Honeypreet, but she managed to stay a step ahead of the cops. She was absconding since the 20 years of jail sentence handed to the rapist baba Gurmeet Singh. "All those who are spreading such rumours, please do not believe them". My father is innocent and his innocence will be proved.

Asked whether she had brought Ram Rahim Singh into movies, Honeypreet said it was a complete lie.

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Honeypreet, today, in an interview to Aaj Tak opened up about the whole incident and spoke about her relation with her alleged father Gurmeet Ram Rahim.

The chief of Dera Sacha Sauda sect, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has already been found guilty.

On her whereabouts, she said that she never fled the country.

He said that the woman's name was Sukhdeep, who was a Dera follower, and Honeypreet was hiding in her house.

On being asked about skeletons being buried inside the Dera at Sirsa and the sect chief's exploitation of some female disciples, Honeypreet said, "Did anyone find skeletons".

Earlier, she gave interviews to a couple of TV channels, wherein she insisted that all charges against her were frivolous and she will apply for bail in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

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