In a letter written to the Chief Justice, Anshul, whose father was murdered by the dera chief, has requested that the parole granted to Gurmeet on June 6 on medical grounds be cancelled and orders given to return him to the isolation facility on the jail premises. If any form of medical help is required by the accused, the identical could also be organized inside the jail premises, Anshul has written in his letter.
Anshul has written that it’s a matter of document and a identified undeniable fact that the accused has been saved in solitary confinement in jail and as such, it turns into extremely unlikely that he would contact Covid-19 from inside the premises. The undeniable fact that the accused refused to be handled at one of many prime medical establishments of the state, PGIMS Rohtak, and insisted on treatment at a personal facility raises doubts on his intentions, he has said in his letter.
The Chief Justice has additionally been apprised that Honeypreet, the socially adopted daughter of the dera chief who has been deployed as assist for help on special request was the perpetrator and prime accused of violence that came about in Panchkula on August 25, 2017, when Gurmeet was convicted in rape instances.
This sample of searching for paroles one after the opposite might be part of a devious plan that might flip harmful and life threatening to most of the people at massive, for the reason that accused has a historical past of making public nuisance in massive, Anshul has said in his letter.
Tests not obtainable in Rohtak: Minister
Haryana jail minister Ranjit Singh stated the dera chief was admitted to Medanta hospital in Gurugram as a few of the checks prescribed for him by medical doctors weren’t obtainable within the native hospitals. He stated that preliminary check instructed that the convict was Covid-19 optimistic although subsequent checks had proven him unfavorable. “Whenever medical doctors at Medanta declare him medically match, he can be taken again to jail,” the minister advised media individuals in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Regarding Honeypreet’s presence with the dera chief at Gurugram hospital, the minister stated the jail division has nothing to do with these attending sufferers within the hospital. “We are solely involved with the safety of the inmate,” he concluded.