On Tuesday, Honeypreet told a television news channel that she was "devasted" by the allegations and that she had "never killed an ant in her life".
PTI quoted her as saying: "Have you heard me saying a word where I instigate people. Was I even present with the arsonists?"
Honeypreet added that she had gone to the CBI court in Panchkula on August 25 hoping that her father would return by the evening but that after he was found guilty, she went into depression. She said she was totally devastated and could therefore not think about anything else.
She added that her "Papa" is innocent and that his conviction in the two rape cases had left her "depressed".
Honeypreet said she was there at the court the day Gurmeet Singh was convicted -- and the violence broke out -- because she was doing her "duty as a daughter".
On being asked about her whereabouts since August 25, Honeypreet said she had left Rohtak and gone to Delhi as she was "trying to accept Ram Rahim's sentence" and not run from the law.
PTI reported that she now planned on "going to Punjab and Haryana court" since she has "full faith in the judiciary".
She also dismissed her ex-husband's allegations, saying: "I cannot understand how anyone can point fingers at pious relations that are there between a father and his daughter. What proof have these people got to level such allegations? All those who are spreading such rumours, please do not believe them."