After keeping the Haryana Police on its toes for 38 days, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s angel Honeypreet Insan is now giving sleepless nights to the Haryana cops, who have failed to elicit answers to the questions during the two rounds of interrogation.
Honeypreet was asked a total of 40 questions, which also pertained to her role in the Panchkula violence, besides the failed escape plan. Apart from refusing to answer 13 specific questions, the answers for 27 questions were either negative or confusing.
During the interrogation, the police managed to get answers only to two questions. Honeypreet admitted she used the WhatsApp chat application to communicate and had also spoken to other absconding Dera aides like Dr Aditya Insan.
She has refused to answer why illegal weapons were being carried in Dera vehicles, why one Dera vehicle was set ablaze in Sirsa, who paid five crore rupees to Dera goons and the number of mobile phones and SIM cards and even International SIM cards she used during the 38 days she was absconding for.
“Honeypreet has feigned ignorance about the charges levelled against her.
She has so far failed to answer the queries. Interrogation into the case will continue and if the six-day remand is found to be insufficient, the police can also get the same extended, besides requesting the court to allow her narco test”, Panchkula Police Commissioner AS Chawla said.
After getting the six-day police remand, cops on Thursday took Honeypreet to the Punjab towns and villages she visited during the 38 days when she was at large .
WHERE WAS ALL HONEYPREET TAKEN?
Honeypreet was taken to Bhawanigarh near Sangrur, Tapq Mandi, Rampura and Bathinda (Ganesh Nagar) where she had stayed with her uncle for four days.
Honeypreet’s accomplice Sukhdeep Kaur, who is the wife of Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s driver Iqbal Singh, was also taken to Bathinda.
Locals told us that the family had shifted to Dera Headquarters a decade ago. Sukhdeep was arrested along with Honeypreet Insan from Zirakpur town and he was driving an Innova vehicle.
During her questioning in Bathinda, Honeypreet kept on saying that she did not remember whether she had visited this place. She was seen sweating and asking for water repeatedly.
Sources said Honeypreet had allegedly used 17 SIM cards, including three international ones. It is not yet known whether the SIM cards were issued in her own name or she used documents of Dera followers to get the same.
During her questioning, Honeypreet also told the police that she had lost her mobile phone and SIM card. The police believe that Honeypreet has thrown the mobile phone somewhere else to confuse the police as her call details would have been crucial in proving her guilty.