Tuesday night, there was fresh violence in Gurugram. The outrageous environment also forced authorities to put Delhi on high alert. The two-day violence, which began from Nuh, has now spread to NCR, killing five till now. The Gurugram police have warned people not to fall for fake messages or rumours.
How Nuh Violence Reached NCR, 10 Major Points to Know
- All began on Monday evening when a communal clash happened after a Hindu procession was attacked. Also, rumours were spread about cow vigilante Monu Manesar that he would be participating in the march.
- The person who has been booked for allegedly posting the video on social media, which incited violence, was Dinesh Bharti, who leads right-wing Jai Bharat Mata Vahini.
- On Monday, cars were torched, and stones were pelted in Nuh. The violence then reached Sohna as well the same day.
- Authorities imposed section 144 in Nuh, Gurugram districts and Faridabad. Furthermore, internet services were also barred.
- In Gurugram, schools and colleges remain closed on Tuesday and will likely open on Wednesday.
- Manohar Lal Khattar, Haryana Chief Minister, stated this violence was a well-planned conspiracy.
- Badshahpur, which is on the Gurugram-Sohna road, Pataudi Chowk, Sector 67, Sector 70, and Sector 57 are the areas of Gurugram which were hit by the violence.
- Moreover, in Sector 57 of Gurugram, the Anjuman Masjid was attacked, and the mob opened fire even on the police officers.
- “On Tuesday afternoon, people shouting Jai Shri Ram slogans set fire to a roadside eatery in Gurugram’s Badshahpur. Some shops in the market nearby were also vandalized, police said,” mentioned by Hindustantimes.
- “The Nuh-Sohna-Gurugram violence has killed five people so far. Four people, including two home guards, died in Nuh, where mobs attacked the VHP-led Hindu procession. A naib imam was killed at a mosque in Gurugram,” further wrote.