High Court Orders State Govt to Cremate Ashutosh’s Dead Body Within 15 Days

ashutosh_1-133CHANDIGARH, Punjab—The Punjab & Haryana High Court has strictly ordered the management of anti-Sikh cult Divya Jyoti Jagran Sansthan (Noormehal) to cremate the dead body of their chief Ashutosh Jha.  Kustice MMS Bedi gave this decision against the petitions filed by Dilip Kumar Jha (son of Ashutosh), and former driver of Ashutosh, Puran Desal.

High Court has asked Punjab Government to take responsibility for cremating the dead body within 15 days.  

It further ordered for DNA test of Dilip Kumar Jha, to validate whether he is really the son of Ashutosh.  It is noteworthy that after Ashutosh’s death, Neelam Rani, alias Manika, has claimed to be wife of Ashutosh.

Dilip Kumar Jha said that he is not satisfied from the decision of the court. He blamed the management of Divya Jyoti Jagran Sansthan for murdering Ashutosh for hunger of money and post.

He demanded High Court to seek postmortem, so that the truth behind the death of Ashutosh could be known.

On the other side, Advocate of Divya Jyoti Jagran Sansthan also remained unsatisfied from the decision of High Court. He said that Court has given very short time for completing the procedure to cremate the dead body.

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