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Honeypreet Kaur: Bihar, Haryana and UP police launch massive manhunt

The police authorities from the state of Bihar, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh (UP) have launched a massive coordinated manhunt to arrest Honeypreet Kaur.


By   |  Updated On : September 16, 2017 03:16 PM
Honeypreet Kaur (Image Source: Twitter)

Honeypreet Kaur (Image Source: Twitter)

New Delhi :  

Gurmeet Ram Rahim's so called adopted daughter Honeypreet Kaur is now the most sought after target of the police authorities. Unlike the 'Don' who was wanted by the police of 11 nations, Honeypreet Kaur can now proudly say that she is now wanted by the cops of three states if not nations. 

The police authorities from the state of Bihar, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh (UP) have launched a massive coordinated manhunt to arrest Honeypreet Kaur. 

Ever since Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has been put to jail to serve a prison term of 20 years on charges of rape of two devotees his adopted daughter and chief aid Honeypreet Kaur has been absconding. 

Bihar-Haryana police coordination:

Haryana police has shared details of Honeypreet Kaur with Bihar police which has alerted all Seven districts of the state adjoining the Bihar-Nepal international border. 

Vehicles are being searched as standard procedure and her pictures and posters have been circulated on every road junctions and public places. 

The police is gathering as much information as possible from the hotels across these seven districts. 

Action of UP Police:  

On the other hand the police authorities of UP have also laid trap along the UP-Nepal border areas to catch Honeypreet Kaur based on inputs received from the Intelligence Bureau (IB). 

The office of the DGP has issued orders to the police stations Bahraich, Maharajganj and Gorakhpur to be on high alert on the perception that Honeypreet might cross over to Nepal.

Like Bihar, the UP police has also circulated Honeypreet's pictures in all hotels along the above mentioned districts. Women police have been instructed specially to check women in burqas. 

No one is allowed to cross the border without being frisked by appropriate authorities. Night patrolling has been intensified in areas which are open for transit. 

Towns like Sonauli which are known to be hub for human trafficking from both sides of the border have deployed with more security personnel.  


First Published: Saturday, September 16, 2017 02:55 PM


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