Forensic experts from IIT Roorkee as part of sanitisation of the dera campus inspected the gufa minutely.
It is nothing but horrific the kind of activities that self styled godman Ram Rahim indulged in. Now, during the big crackdown on Dera Sacha Sauda, a team of forensic experts on Friday inspected the so-called ‘gufa’ (cave) where Gurmeet Ram Rahim allegedly used to sexually exploit women, news agency Press Trust of India reported. The report said that forensic experts from IIT Roorkee as part of sanitisation of the dera campus inspected the gufa minutely. As per the rape victim, on whose complaint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was convicted by a CBI court, the self-proclaimed godman would sexually exploit girls in the ‘gufa’, said to be his residence. In another sensational revelation, police said that 2 minors and 3 women were rescued from the gufa today.
“A forensic team from IIT Roorke reached the Dera during the day today. They started inspection of Dera’s Gufa,” Haryana’s Information and Public Relations Department Deputy Director, Satish Mehra, was quoted as saying by PTI. “The forensic experts were also coordinating with other teams which were already inside taking part in the sanitisation and search operation,” Mehra added.
Speaking to media, several former Dera followers had said that except for the Dera chief and his close aides, nobody was allowed to enter the ‘gufa’ or private area of his residence. Mehra added that a number of teams engaged in the sanitisation process is working as per the directions were given by Court Commissioner, who was appointed by the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Mehra said that five boys, two of whom are minor, were found inside the dera premises. “The minor boys hail from Kaithal (in Haryana) and Uttar Pradesh. Both have been handed over to the District Child Protection Officer,” Mehra was quoted as saying by PTI. “Regarding other three we are asking them about their whereabouts and will later send them home,” he added. “Whatever articles are being found, the district administration has taken these into their custody and will follow the orders given by the Court Commissioner,” Mehra said.