Earlier, the search operations revealed the existence of an illegal explosives factory and firecrackers, which were promptly sealed.
Singh was building a massive underwater villa for foreigners, who are Dera followers.
No unauthorised person is being allowed to go inside the dera premises.
The sanitising operations are still ongoing, with a 1000 paramilitary troops on the Dera premises, under the supervision of former judge, AKS Pawar. The search also involved forensic examination of his so-called cave where he allegedly used to sexually exploit women.
The sect chief is jailed for 20 years for raping two of his disciples.
The search operation inside the Dera Sacha Sauda premises in Sirsa entered its third day on Sunday amidst heavy security deployed around the headquarters.
"Various teams engaged in this operation have submitted their report to the court commissioner, who will now submit his report to the Punjab and Haryana High Court", Mehra said.
Asked whether he would reach out to the followers of the Dera Sacha Sauda in future to seek votes, he said, "We seek votes from all".
Media reports say that keeping in mind all the luxuries of the chief and his visitors, a stadium, a hospital, educational institutions, luxury resort, bungalows, and markets are also built inside the Dera ashram.
Also, two rooms were sealed, an OB van, a Lexus auto without a number plate and medicines without labels have been found. The search operation was launched almost two weeks after the CBI court convicted the Dera chief. Internet services in Sirsa district were suspended by local authorities. Huge bungalows of the sect chief (spread in almost 100 acres) and his family members are also located inside.Hundreds of people and sect followers permanently live inside the mini-township and work there. The area where the Dera Chief resided was called as the 'Gufa' and it was spread over an area of 100 acres.
Meanwhile, the threat is not from an outsider but the Dera itself, considering Honeypreet is privy to a lot of details about the Dera and its activities.
His conviction led to violence in Panchkula and Sirsa in Haryana, leaving 38 people dead and 264 injured.