In another murder case, convict Garmat Ram Rahim will be sentenced on October 12.
Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh: Dera Sacha Sauda chief Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh has been found guilty in the 2002 manager murder case. Garmat Ram Rahim Singh, who is currently serving a life sentence in Rohtak’s Sanaria Jail, has been convicted by a CBI court in Panchkula. Along with Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh, his gunman has also been found guilty. The sentence against both will be announced on October 12. Tell you what, Ranjit Singh, the manager of Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh, was assassinated in 2002. It is said that Ranjit Singh came to know about the activities of Garmat Ram Rahim Singh in the camp. After that he left the ashram.
Ranjit Singh was a supporter of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Garmat Ram Rahim. Ranjit Singh left the ashram after learning about the dark deeds of Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh. Garmat Ram Rahim Singh tried to call Ranjit Singh but he did not return, so he was killed on July 10, 2002. The CBI had registered an FIR in the Ranjit Singh murder case on December 3, 2003. The petition was filed by Jagsir Singh, son of Ranjit Singh.
Garmeet Ram Rahim Singh is currently lodged in Sanaria Jail. He has been convicted in two cases. The first is the rape of a sadhu in which he has been imprisoned for 20 years. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Ram Chandra Prajapati.
Find out where is Honey Phantom Singh?
Honey Phantom is also associated with Ram Rahim Singh. Honey Phantom is reportedly the adopted daughter of Ram Rahim. However, it is said that Honey Phantom was also involved in all the dark adventures of Ram Rahim. Honey Phantom was arrested in October 2017 in connection with the violence outside Panchkula Court. He was granted bail in November 2019.
Earlier in June 2021, it was reported that Ram Rahim Singh was brought to Rohtak Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) after complaining of abdominal pain. He had some tests. According to reports, Honey Phantom was later brought to the hospital and was issued an attendant card.