After 16 years, the clock of judgment in the Ramchandra Chattrapati massacre came to an end. Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim is the main accused in the case. Three other Kishan Lal, Nirmal and Kuldeep have been named as accused along with Baba. Ram Rahim's muscle will be done through video conferencing from Sunaria Jail. The other three accused will appear in the court. Judge Jagdeep Singh, who had ruled against Ram Rahim in the case of Sadhvi sexual harassment case, will be hearing the verdict in this case today.
Police and administration have increased the security of the court premises and city in view of muscle. Where traffic police has banned the movement of vehicles by diverting the route from Majri Chowk to Bela Vista. At the same time, 240 people have been deployed in the court premises while enhancing the security of the judge of the CBI court. Along with this, around 12 hundred soldiers have been deployed on 17 nos including four entry points of the city.
DCP Kamaldeep Goyal has imposed Section-144 and banned the collection of four to five people in the city. They ordered strict action against those who tried to violate the order. Nine battalion additional forces have been deployed in the city including the court premises. People coming to the private work, including the lawyer in the court premises, will not be allowed to enter without checking.
Son said, we believe we will get justice
Ramchandra Chattrapati's son Anshul Chattrapati, speaking to the media said that we have fought against justice for a powerful enemy against injustice. We hope that after 16 years, justice will be found in the case of father's murder. Anshul Chattrapati said that in this case, the CBI lawyers have lobbied in a wholesome manner.
The debate of this matter has been completed. Journalist Ram Chandra Chattrapati was murdered with a licensee revolver. Ramchandra's murder was done on the middle road in Dinadahadi Sirsa. The two accused Kuldeep and Nirmal were caught on the spot. Chattrapati had disclosed the matter of misbehavior against the Sadhvis.
Significantly, on October 24, 2002, Sirsa journalist Ramchandra Chattrapati was attacked and sacked by bullets. Ramchandra Chhatrapati lost his life battle in Delhi's Apollo Hospital on November 21, 2002, but his son Anshul Chattrapati refused to give up and filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court demanding CBI probe.
In November 2003, the CBI registered an FIR on the order of the High Court and in December it started investigating this case. However, in 2004, the Dera Sacha Sauda filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the investigation. Supreme Court rejects Ram Rahim's plea of Dera Sacha Sauda