The petitioner said that at present the trial court has allowed the interrogation of the petitioner through video conferencing but the petitioner doubts that the SIT can arrest him.
In a setback to the SIT of Punjab Police in the sacrilege case, the Punjab-Haryana High Court has made it clear that Ram Rahim will not be interrogated in custody. Punjab Police will have to interrogate Ram Rahim through video conferencing. Filing the petition, Ram Rahim told the High Court that the SIT of Punjab Police is investigating in the case of theft of holy form of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji from Gurdwara Sahib of village Burj Jawahar Singh Wala.
In this case, the SIT had demanded a production warrant against the petitioner. Accepting the demand, the trial court of Faridkot allowed him to be taken to Punjab. Against this the petitioner had filed a petition in the High Court. While staying the production warrant, the High Court had ordered the SIT to interrogate him in Sunaria Jail.
The petitioner told that the police has filed a charge sheet in the case of theft incident and now wants to interrogate the petitioner in the other two FIRs. The petitioner said that all the three FIRs are related to the same subject and have been registered in the same police station. Their hearing is also being held in a court. The petitioner said that at present, the trial court has allowed the interrogation of the petitioner through video conferencing, but the petitioner doubts that the SIT can arrest him.
The SIT is constantly trying to take the petitioner to Faridkot on production warrant. If this happens then the life of the petitioner will be in great danger. The petitioner had appealed to the High Court not to allow him to be taken to Punjab for personal interrogation.