Hooda demands Haryana CM’s resignation; asks centre to impose President’s rule

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Haryana, August 26: Attacking the State Government over the critical situation that has emerged in Sirsa, which claimed 31 lives and injuring over 250 after the conviction of Dera Sacha Saudha Chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, former Haryana Chief  Minister Bhupendra Singh Hooda demanded the resignation of Manohar Lal Khattar on the moral grounds.

He cited that Centre must impose President’s Rule here to maintain law and order which is out of the hands of the state government.

Panchkula town, adjoining here, where the CBI court announced the verdict, bore the brunt of violence unleashed by thousands of Dera supporters on Friday and resembled a war zone with a trail of 29 deaths, burnt vehicles and properties worth crores damaged or torched.

CBI court judge Jagdeep Singh while convicting the Dera chief in the 2002 rape case and sexual exploitation of two female disciples, said the quantum of punishment for the 50-year-old sect leader would be handed out on August 28.

Wefornews Bureau

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