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Sikh's killing: Mumbai cops to visit Haryana to make more arrests
June 25, 2008 17:54 IST
A Mumbai police team is leaving on Wednesday night for controversial Dera Sacha Sauda chief Baba Ram Rahim Singh's headquarters in Haryana to arrest his supporters who were involved in rioting in Mumbai suburbs on June 20.
According to sources, the Mumbai police has completed all legal formalities and has also prepared a list of the accused who are absconding.
Police have reportedly prepared the list of offenders based on information provided by a bodyguard and others arrested earlier. The bodyguard and the supporters of Baba are at present in the custody of Mumbai police.
Hhundreds of Sikhs went on rampage in a Mumbai suburb after the private security guard of Dera Sachcha Sauda chief opened fire resulting in the death of a businessman.