‘Gurmeet Ram Rahim’ sentenced to life imprisonment in 2002 Journalist murdered case.

‘Gurmeet Ram Rahim’  sentenced to life imprisonment in 2002 Journalist murdered case.

The Special Court of the CBI in pachkula today sentenced four convicts to life imprisonment, including Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, in the Ram Chandra Chattrapati murder case. Special CBI Judge Jagdeep Singh had convicted the four accused in a murder case on January 11.The court also imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 on the self-styled godman.  The four convicts, including Gurmeet Ram Rahim, were presented through Video Conferencing in Rohtak’s Sunaria Jail.

Ahead of the sentencing of convicted Sacha Sauda sect chief, security was heightened in parts of Haryana and Punjab.The Punjab Police has also taken preventive security measures in the neighbouring state as the sect has lakhs of followers in Bathinda, Mansa and Sangrur.

Ram Rahim’s conviction on August 25, 2017, had led to violence in Panchkula and Sirsa, leaving 41 people dead and over 260 injured. Chhatrapati, who edited a newspaper in Sirsa, was shot five times on October 24, 2002. He died later that year on November 21 in a hospital in New Delhi. Chhatrapati’s son Anshul has demanded capital punishment for the disgraced self-styled godman.

What Is this the whole case?

Journalist Ram Chandra was a Chhatrapati journalist, who brought Ram Rahim’s truth to the whole world. He had published the news of the rape that had happened with two female Sadhus in Sirsa in his newspaper ‘Full Truth’. After this news was published in the newspaper, Ram Rahim’s people used to threaten journalist Ram Chandra Chattrapati. In spite of these threats, journalist Ram Chandra Chhatrapati has been writing against fearlessly against Ram Rahim. After this, on October 24, 2002, journalist Chattrapati was frozen and murdered by some unknown people with bullets outside his house. After the father’s death, his son Anshul continued to wander in the place of justice, but eventually the matter has now been decided in the court.

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