Haryana Nuh Violence: Curfew imposed in Nuh for two days, Faridabad schools and colleges closed today

Haryana Nuh Violence, The district has prohibited orders under Section 144, and internet services have been suspended.

The number of fatalities increased to four on Tuesday with the deaths of two more people in the violence that erupted in some areas of Haryana on Monday after an attack occurred on a religious procession that was passing through the Nuh district. Three police officers who were shot yesterday in the state are currently being ventilated.

On July 31, during the Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, fighting broke out between two groups in Haryana’s Muslim-dominated Nuh district. The armed mob threw rocks and set fire to the vehicles.

Gursewak and Neeraj, two home guards, were killed, and ten police officers were seriously hurt when stones were thrown at Gurugram Police teams as they were traveling to Nuh. All injured patients were receiving care at Medanta Hospital.

In Nuh and Gurgaon, the Haryana government issued prohibitory orders on Monday in accordance with Section 144 of the CrpC. In response to the state’s request for assistance later that evening, the Centre dispatched 20 companies of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) to the state.

Anil Vij, the home minister for Haryana, announced on Monday that following the Nuh violence, the government had ordered the suspension of the Internet in Mewat.

He said, “Adequate force is being deployed there. We have also spoken to the Centre. We are trying to restore peace there. All those who are stranded in different areas of Mewat region are being rescued,”.

“Our first priority is to bring the situation under control. We are appealing to all to maintain peace,” he further added.

An order from the district information and public relations officer states that all educational institutions in Haryana’s Faridabad, including schools, colleges, and coaching facilities, will remain closed today, Tuesday, August 1.