After racial tensions erupted in Nuh on Tuesday (LIVE UPDATES), Haryana is still tense. In Mewat, during the Vishva Hindu Parishad march, at least three individuals, including two house guards, were killed in acts of violence. Following the incident, the municipal government in Nuh implemented CrPC 144.
According to the most recent sources, mobile internet is still stopped to prevent miscreants from spreading rumors. In a late-night development, Sohna in Gurgaon was affected by the violence. Today is a holiday, thus all schools in Faridabad, Gurgaon, and Palwal are closed. To keep the calm in Nuh, police have been sent in force. Manohar Lal Khattar, the state’s chief minister, has pleaded for tranquility. According to a PTI report, Haryana has been looking for up to 20 Rapid Action Force businesses for a week. The Indian Air Force is ready for airlift missions, Vija further stated.
“The cars had ‘Gorakshak’ scrawled on them, which fueled speculation that Monu Manesar was inside. A few adolescents started throwing stones at the cars as soon as they got to Nuh Chowk. According to Pintu Singh, 36, of Gurugram, “the mob from the nearby villages soon descended on the road and went on the rampage.” According to the publication, the strike left him with a shrapnel wound.
Following the Nuh skirmishes, neighboring Delhi is now on high alert. According to recent reports, authorities have increased surveillance and deployed paramilitary personnel in border regions. According to a TOI report, up to 20 companies of paramilitary soldiers have been stationed in border regions. Parts of Haryana have also seen a disruption in rail operations.