In Haryana, clashes occurred on Monday, resulting in five deaths throughout the state. Miscreants attacked a religious procession in the Nuh district, causing stone pelting and car fires. Mobile internet services get suspended in Nuh and Faridabad, and the Haryana government announced the arrival of at least 13 paramilitary companies. The violence occurred during a religious procession by the Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad, causing over 200 injuries. Police have taken several people into custody and registered about 20 cases related to communal violence.
5 People Died in Communal violence in Haryana; Section 144 inflicted
Due to the unrest outside, about 2,500 people who traveled to Nuh to participate in the procession got stuck inside a temple. Later that evening, the police came to their aid.
Violence in Nuh, Haryana
Following Monday’s clashes in Haryana’s Nuh district, five people perished, and more than 50 others, including police officers, got hurt. A group of miscreants attacked a religious procession on Monday night by throwing rocks at them and setting cars on fire. It’s when the violence started.
According to the police, a group of men halted a religious procession called the “Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra” near Khedla Mod in Nuh after its departure, flagged off from Gurugram’s Civil Lines by BJP district president Gargi Kakkar.
Mobile internet services stayed suspended in Nuh and Faridabad
Prohibitory orders banning public gatherings took effect in the districts of Nuh and Gurugram as unrest spread throughout the state. Additionally, until Wednesday, mobile internet services remained halted in Nuh and Faridabad. The police issue a caution against publishing offensive content on social media.
In Faridabad, Palwal, and Gurugram, 144 is in effect
The Haryana government announced on Tuesday that at least 13 paramilitary companies arrived in the Nuh district, and six more companies will follow soon. “All the neighborhoods around Nuh are similarly experiencing a normal situation. Faridabad, Palwal, and Gurugram adopted Section 144 as a preventative measure.”
Death toll climbs to five
Conflicts that erupted during a religious procession on Monday in Haryana resulted in at least five fatalities. In the unrest that started in the Nuh district, four deaths seemed confirmed. After a mob set a mosque on fire late at night in Gurugram, one more person perished.
What caused the communal violence in Nuh?
More than 200 people suffered injuries, including two home guards named Neeraj and Gursevak, and dozens of vehicles caught on fire on Monday as crowds in Haryana’s Nuh district attempted to halt a religious procession by the Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad, according to officials.
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The Haryana government gets attacked by the opposition for the communal violence in Nuh
On Monday, the BJP-JJP administration in Haryana came under attack from the rival Congress and INLD over the Nuh violence, claiming that they were unable to maintain law and order, according to news agency PTI.
Some areas of Palwal and Gurugram additionally reported instances of pelting stones and arson. Concerning the communal violence, police have taken several people into custody and registered about 20 cases.