Uttar Pradesh social activist announces Rs one lakh reward for Dera chief's daughter Honeypreet Insan's arrest

A social activist has announced a cash reward of Rs one lakh for information on the jailed Gurmeet Ram Rahim's adopted daughter Honeypreet Insan

PTI September 22, 2017 17:17:06 IST
Uttar Pradesh social activist announces Rs one lakh reward for Dera chief's daughter Honeypreet Insan's arrest

Shahjahanpur: A social activist has announced a cash reward of Rs one lakh for information on the jailed Gurmeet Ram Rahim's adopted daughter Honeypreet Insan, who is on the run after the Dera head was convicted of rape.

Uttar Pradesh social activist announces Rs one lakh reward for Dera chiefs daughter Honeypreet Insans arrest

File image of Honeypreet Insan. PTI

Fakirelal Bhojbal has started a dharna before the office of the district magistrate in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh demanding the arrest of Honeypreet.

He has got her posters pasted in the city so that people could identify her.

City magistrate Prakash Srivastava said anyone can sit on a dharna.

"Police has been informed and if there is anything unlawful it will act," Srivastava said on being asked about the reward and posters of Honeypreet being pasted in city.

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