Chandigarh, Nov 20 : The Punjab and Haryana High Court has cancelled self-styled godman Sant Rampal’s bail in a 2006 murder case. The Court has also directed the Haryana Police to produce Rampal at 2 p.m. in the contempt case.
Police sources said that Rampal would be produced before the Punjab and Haryana high court later on Thursday.
The high court had issued fresh non-bailable warrants against him.
Rampal was brought to Panchkula town, adjoining Chandigarh early Thursday and was medically examined.
The controversial sect, who has been charged under under Sections 121 (waging, or attempting to wage war, or abetting waging of war, against the Government of India, 121A (conspiring to commit certain offences against the state) and 122 (Collecting arms etc. With the intention of waging war against the Govt of India), was taken to hospital after he complained of high blood pressure.
Other than the above mentioned cases the controversial 63-year-old baba has been charged with attempt to murder, rioting and illegal detention.
“We have examined him and his condition, including his blood pressure, is stable,” BK Bansal, a doctor at Panchkula’s Sector 6 General Hospital, told.
Finally Haryana Police arrested the elusive self-styled godman late Wednesday from his fortified Satlok Ashram near Barwala,ending an over two-week tense standoff between his supporters and the police after close to 15,000 of his followers were evacuated from the sprawling premises.