Gurmeet Singh’s clothes, valuables stolen
Chandigarh: The dresses of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Singh’s clothes and other valuables were found stolen as the burglars targeted the Naam Charcha Ghar of Mehndipur Daboda area of Bahadurgarh on Saturday.
Acting on the complaint of local devotee Jaipal, a resident of Daboda village, police started the investigations after registering the case at Bahadurgarh police station.
According to sources, the incident occurred during the wee hours of Saturday and it came to light in the evening when Jaipal, who is the temporary caretaker of the Charcha Ghar, went to check the premises.
He found the locks of the room broken. The burglars, whose number could not be ascertained, ransacked the premises. Besides taking away the dress of the Dera head which was framed near a platform where followers used to pay obeisance, the burglars took away the CCTV cameras, hard disc, DVR system, the computers and other valuables from the premises, especially those kept in the luxury room meant to use by Dera head and other VVIPs.
Notably, the Naam Charcha has been remained locked and unused by local followers after it was sanitized by the local authorities following the directions of DGP post-August 25 violence incident. Since then no Satsang has been taking place in the Naam Charcha. Jaipal, the complainant, was appointed as caretaker. Jaipal would frequently visit the Naam Charcha Ghar and would carry out the cleaning and other works.