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Journalist who regularly skipped breakfast to report what Honeypreet ate for breakfast in jail faints and gets admitted to hospital

16, Oct 2017 By Santosh Pradhan

Honeypreet Insan, ‘adopted’ daughter of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who is in judicial custody has been kept at the Ambala Jail. She has been under strict observation and only recognized journalists are allowed to interview her or watch her in jail.

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Sanil Jain, one such reporter belonging to the ‘Indian TV’ channel. Sanil has been regularly reporting about Honeypreet’s day-to-day activities right from her breakfast to her dinner. Sanil has in fact skipped his own breakfast for the last 5 days to cover what Honeypreet is having as breakfast. He would reach the jail premises by 7 AM in the morning and start rolling the camera. He has taken keen interest in the type of nutrients Honeypreet is having and is it fit for her health. Honeypreet is also too habituated to have her breakfast on camera. So mush so that whenever Sanil used to be a bit late for his shoot, Honeypreet used to wait for him before starting her breakfast.

The unhealthy life Sanil was living to make us know about Honeypreet’s activities finally took its toll today morning when Sanil suddenly fainted and was admitted to the government hospital. Doctors are quiet sure that Sanil fainted because of lack of nutrients in his body which was constantly making him weak. Honeypreet did’nt have breakfast today and has promised that she will skip breakfast untill Sanil is fit and fine again. She has even assured Sanil’s family members that from npow onwards she will share her breakfast with Sanil.

The competitor news channels have come to know about this unfortunate incident and are sending journalists to acquire the breakfast spot which for sometime will be vacated by Sanil. There was a queue of journalists trying to convince the jail authorities that they have the best experience of covering breakfast stories.