Punjab cops raid Gurgaon ‘ashram’ The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Haryana Gurgaon, February 25 A police team from Ludhiana today swooped down on an “ashram” located in the plush Palam Vihar locality here. They were searching for two sisters gone missing. In a complaint with the police, Roopinder Singh of Ludhiana had alleged that one Baba Jaspal Singh USA Waale had misled his daughters, who went missing from their hostel recently. He blamed the “guru” for their disappearance.DCP Gurgaon (West) Pat Ram said the policemen from Ludhiana had sought help for the operation. The local police sent a team led by ACP Surender Singh with them. The joint police party was first not allowed inside the “ashram” premises. After much persuasion and partly by force, the police personnel managed to get in. However, neither the missing girls, nor the “guru” were found there. The police team seized some clothes and other articles and questioned Gurwinder Kaur and Manpreet who were at the “ashram”. Niranjan Singh from Ludhiana said the clothes seized from the ashram would be shown to the family of the missing girls to ascertain if these belonged to them.