A communal clash in Gurugram, Haryana, occurred less than 20 kilometers from New Delhi, resulting in several shacks and shops getting on fire. The supply of open petrol or diesel gets prohibited in the area. Gurugram Police have reported occasional disputes, but no significant incidents are currently taking place. Traffic is moving peacefully, and claims that schools, colleges, and workplaces will remain closed today are incorrect and spreading false narratives on social media.
Haryana Violence escalated over a religious procession in Nuh, where 2,500 participants fled into a temple. Other Haryana districts reported violent incidents, with riots in Badshahpur and Parshuram Colony in Palwal. Delhi additionally sounded the alarm, with police stepping up patrols and using drones to eye on sensitive areas.
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Communal Violence in Haryana
Less than 20 kilometers from the national capital, New Delhi, in Gurugram, sector 70, there are still repercussions from the communal clash that occurred on Monday in Nuh, Haryana. On Tuesday night, several shelters and shops close to a housing complex got on fire.
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Ten details about this significant event:
# On Tuesday night, several shacks and shops in Gurugram’s sector 70 caught fire. The supply of open petrol or diesel gets prohibited, by the authorities who were in charge of the district.
# There are occasional disputes in the region, according to Gurugram Police, but no significant incident is currently taking place. There have been a few fires set intentionally and fights today. But there hasn’t been a massive incident, according to the police.
# The police also cautioned the public against believing rumors and internet reports. According to Varun Kumar Dahiya, Assistant Commissioner of Police for Gurgaon, “All traffic is moving peacefully, and there are no limitations. The claims that schools, colleges, and workplaces will remain closed today are incorrect and spreading on social media.”
# Today, a few international businesses allow workers to work from home, including American Express and KPMG.
# Just 50 kilometers from Delhi, in Nuh, the violence got out over a procession for religious reasons on Monday because of what many claim to be an offensive video that went viral. The 2,500 participants fled into a temple to find safety as a mob threw stones at the ceremony.
# As the evening wore on, the violence worsened; after midnight, a mosque burned on fire, and mobs rampaged through Nuh and the nearby city of Gurugram, torching and vandalizing over 100 vehicles. Two security team members, two civilians, and a mosque cleric are among the deceased.
# Many other Haryana districts are additionally reporting violent incidents. Rioting occurred in Badshahpur, which is 50 kilometers from Nuh. “Approximately 200 people in a mob, armed with rocks and sticks, walked into the region around 3 p.m.,” according to witnesses. They set fire to a restaurant while chanting religious chants and vandalized several stores.
# At Parshuram Colony in Palwal, crowds set fire to over 25 huts. According to the police, nobody suffered injuries in these incidents.
# Today will not see the schools or colleges opening in Gurugram’s neighboring Sohna.
# Delhi additionally sounded the alarm, with police stepping up patrols and using drones to eye on sensitive areas.