The Dera Sacha Sauda on Thursday said it cannot control its followers if members of the group are attacked in Punjab and other places.
"They are threatening imminent massacre. If this is not stopped then our followers won't understand the appeals. It will be too late," Dera spokesperson Aditya Insaan said.
Insaan said the followers don't want to become like those who are attacking innocent people because it will be "against what our Guru (Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh) has been preaching".
"They want to heed their Guruji's preaching on being good human beings," he said.