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AK-47, pistols recovered from Ram Rahim base in Sirsa

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AK-47, pistols recovered from Ram Rahim base in Sirsa
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The Haryana government on Saturday evening informed that state police have recovered an AK 47, five pistols and other weapons from two vehicles of Dera followers and registered two sedition cases against followers, including private security guards, of controversial godman and Dera Sacha Sauda chief, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

FIRs were registered over an incident of assault on a senior police official when he tried to take the godman into custody after his conviction by a court in Panchkula, Chief Secretary, D.S. Dhesi told reporters.

He said one AK 47, one mouser, five pistols and two rifles were recovered from two vehicles that were part of the cavalcade accompanying the Dera chief from Sirsa to the Panchkula court.

Flanked by Director General of Police B.S. Sandhu, Dhesi said 28 people, all Dera followers, were killed in the violence in Panchkula.

“We are trying to identify 28 people who died in the violence.”

He said no incidents of violence were reported on Saturday from anywhere in the state, including Panchkula.

On Friday’s incidents of arson, he said: “A total of 28 vehicles, including government, and two government and six private buildings were set on fire in Panchkula (on Friday),” Dhesi said.

Eight FIRs relating to violence were registered and 524 people arrested in Panchkula.