Dera Sacha Sauda chief St. Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan is although in jail, but devotion of his followers towards him is not decreasing. From time to time, Dera Premis stand on the path going towards the Sunaria jail, they keep on meditating while standing in front of the picture of Baba Ram Rahim Ji and such incidents are coming into picture day by day. Now a unique event has emerged which indicates that the Dera Sect Head is in jail, but the 60 million followers have not diminished. Though there are millions of followers in the country and abroad, but in Haryana followers are countless.
The latest case is that of the Surajkund fair running in Faridabad where stalls of goods made by prisoners in 14 prisons of Haryana, including Rohtak Sunariya’s Prison, is installed. Goods made by prisoners on this stall were kept for sale.
Millions of followers of Dera Sacha Sauda in Haryana
Like other tourists on Friday, Sonu Kumar, a resident of NIT, Faridabad, also came to visit with his family. When he reached this stall, he came to know that the furniture and other furnishings manufactured by Rohtak Sunariya’s prisons, are kept here for sale. Due to that, he showed his faith in Dera Head Ram Rahim Ji, while making emotional shopping, he bought all the stuff kept on the stall, which was made in Rohtak’s Sunariya prison. This stuff included chairs, roller, fruit baskets, and stool etc. It was worth about sixty thousand rupees.
When Sonu Kumar saw the things made in the Sunariya on the stall, he remembered his Guru. That’s why he bought all the stuff. Though he had no need of this stuff but he would keep it in his house as a remembrance of his Guru.
According to Lalit Bharadwaj, the stall in-charge of prison goods in Surajkund fair, this kind of event was first seen. In which someone has bought all the stuff emotionally. He said that on Sonu Kumar’s order, he did not believe in the first time that he will buy all the things but when he came to know that he is a die hard fan of Saint MSG, a true saint in India, and then it was not late to believe.