The sadhus were seen holding placards and shouting slogans against Ram Rahim at Rajendra Prasad and said he should be awarded capital punishment for his misdeeds.
"My father's case is also being heard by the same judge who convicted the Dera head in two rape cases". Hearing both the sides for almost half-an-hour, CBI judge Jagdeep Singh pronounced the quantum of punishment.
A makeshift courtroom was set up in a jail in Rohtak, hundreds of kilometers away, for the sentencing today.
Though initially 18 women reportedly gave evidence against the Dera chief during the CBI investigation, only two agreed to depose in court.
"We have worked with restraint in this whole situation".
To prevent the similar violence which was happened when 50-year old Dera chief was convicted, State Government have made some special security arrangements. In Haryana, curfew now remains enforced only on the road leading to the Dera Sacha Sauda headquarter in Sirsa. The curfew will continue on Monday.
The Police department and the Army have been deployed in Haryana and Punjab as the sects followers have burnt public properties, thrashed the media personnel, burnt several vehicles and started a riot.
The Haryana government was accused of having mishandled the matter as lakhs of dera followers had assembled in Panchkula before the verdict on their chief was to be pronounced in the rape case.
However, the CBI judge Jagdeep Singh had rejected all of those contentions saying, "Any statement of rape is an extremely humiliating experience for a woman and until she is a victim of sex crime she would not blame anyone but the real culprit".
Despite the central leadership making it clear that Mr Khattar will continue as chief minister, it is also aware of the growing dissension within the state unit against him, with questions being raised over his style of functioning.
Haryana Transport Minister Krishan Lal Panwar has said orders have been issued to operate buses of Haryana Roadways in all districts except Fatehabad and Sirsa.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim is also facing trial in two separate murder cases - those of Dera follower Ranjit Singh in July 2002 and of journalist RamChander Chattrapati in October that same year.
Though the offense is non-bail able according to the law of the earth Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh can apply for bail in the High court which will be on the discretion of the honorable court whether or not to grant the bail.
Their statement was recorded and the CBI filed a chargesheet in 2007. The castration case on the other hand is at the final stages.