Dera violence: We did our work well, says CM Khattar after meeting Amit Shah; rejects demands for resignation

New Delhi: In response to the request for his resignation to the violence that erupted after the trial of Ram Rahim last week that claimed 38 lives, Haryana’s main minister Manohar Lal Khattar rejected Wednesday’s criticism of the opposition to his treatment of the situation and said that his government had done its job well.

Khattar spoke to the media after a meeting with Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah in New Delhi where he also presented a report on the treatment by the government of the situation in the party’s president.

Khattar said his government respected the order of the Punjab Court and the Supreme Court of Haryana.

“Anyone who asks for my resignation, ask them, we’ve worked well,” Khattar said.

“The minimum loss and continuation of the court order were our objective, the situation is now under control,” he added.

When it was sown in the reports of two deputies who went with Ram Rahim in the van, Khattar said: “None of our deputies were accompanied by Baba.”

BJP governments in the state and at the Center have been heavily criticized for having mismanaged the situation by the Supreme Court of Punjab and Haryana, which was largely spent to allow the situation to worsen.

On the relationship between Ram Rahim Singh’s adopted daughter Honeypreet, who accompanies him in jail, Khattar said: “Honeypreet Insan appealed to the CBI Court to allow the Court and the but the prison authorities did not allowed to do so. ”

Meanwhile, the High Court of Punjab and Haryana ordered the two States to submit a list of property and property Ram Rahim Tuesday, which are attached and used to compensate for the loss of lives and property during the violence.

Ram Rahim was found guilty of raping two women by a CBI court on August 25 and sentenced to 20 years in prison (10 years each in two cases) on Monday.

The Special Court for CBI that the sentence of a makeshift court in Rohtak prison said Dera’s chief had acted as a “wild beast” who spared neither his own “pious” followers.

Dera’s boss, who asked for clemency before the court, crashed after the judge pronounced the punishment quantum.

However, the court held that he committed a serious violation of nature by sexually assaulting “gullible and blind followers” and that he deserved no indulgence.

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