In a development that has sparked a wave of joy among the followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, popularly known as Ram Rahim or Baba Rahim, has been granted a 21-day parole once again beginning from 21st November. This comes shortly after his recent one-month parole that began on July 20th. A senior official from the Haryana government confirmed, “Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has been granted a 21-day parole and he shall be staying at his Ashram in Uttar Pradesh.”
Dera Sacha Sauda, of which Gurmeet Ram Rahim is the chief, holds a significant place in the hearts of its devotees. This marks the third time this year that Baba Ram Rahim has been granted a parole after his two paroles previously, adding to the excitement among his followers. During his previous parole, he chose to stay at his ashram in Barnawa, Uttar Pradesh, and this time is no different.
The news of his 21-day parole has brought smiles and happiness to the faces of Dera Sacha Sauda devotees who hold a strong affinity for their spiritual leader. It is worth noting that during his last parole, Gurmeet Ram Rahim celebrated his birthday with much fervor. Aligning with the Independence Day of India, which falls on the same day as his birthday, he engaged in activities that resonated with the spirit of patriotism. During his previous release, the spiritual leader marked his birthday by planting millions of trees across the globe. This environmentally conscious gesture was aimed at contributing to the well-being of the planet. Additionally, he hoisted the tricolor, symbolizing his commitment to the principles of unity and freedom. As per the officials, Baba Ram Rahim is expected to spend the entirety of his 21-day parole at his ashram, U.P. maintaining a similar pattern to his previous parole. The frequent paroles granted to Gurmeet Ram Rahim have become a topic of interest, with many speculating about the reasons behind these releases. However, for the devotees of Dera Sacha Sauda, it is a time of celebration and an opportunity to connect with their revered leader.