High Court rejected Rampal’s regular bail plea, said- allegations are serious

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has recently dismissed the plea for regular bail filed by Rampal, the operator of Satlok Ashram, located in Barwala. The division bench, comprising Justice GS Sandhawalia and Justice Alok Jain, ruled that the allegations against Rampal are severe, and therefore, he cannot be granted bail.
Rampal had been booked under various sections of the Arms Act and for his alleged involvement in anti-national activities. The case was registered against him in November 2014 in Barwala, Chandigarh. The court’s decision to deny him regular bail indicates that the charges against him are considered significant and require further investigation and legal proceedings.
The rejection of Rampal’s bail plea implies that he will remain in custody while the case against him progresses. The court’s decision reflects the seriousness with which the allegations against Rampal are being treated, highlighting the need for a thorough investigation and fair legal proceedings