Haryana Nuh Violence Updates : Haryana Chief Minister alleges ‘larger conspiracy’ behind Nuh clashes as fresh violence erupts in Gurugram.

Haryana Violence Update: New Unrest in Gurgaon’s Badshahpur Area

A fresh incident of violence erupted in Gurgaon’s Badshahpur area on Tuesday, as a group of men launched an attack on local shops. The Gurgaon police promptly responded to the situation.

Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, addressed the media and revealed that five people, including two police officers, tragically lost their lives during the violence that occurred on Monday. The unrest was sparked when a religious procession passing through Nuh district came under attack. Three police officers, who sustained gunshot injuries during the previous day’s events, are currently on ventilator support.

As per the latest updates, 44 FIRs have been registered, and 70 individuals have been arrested in connection with the violence.

In response to the escalating situation, authorities imposed a two-day curfew in Nuh district to restore order and maintain public safety. Furthermore, the Indian Air Force has been placed on standby for airlift operations, and additional security forces have been deployed in Nuh to control the situation.

The clashes in Nuh, which lasted for approximately three hours, led to mob attacks in other areas like Palwal, Faridabad, and Gurgaon. The most severe attacks occurred in Gurgaon’s south, specifically in Sohna, where properties belonging to one community were targeted by another community. During the rampage, at least 16 vehicles were set ablaze, mainly in Sohna and Nuh. Stone-pelting mobs challenged the police to intervene, resulting in a chaotic and dangerous situation. Consequently, hundreds of families have fled from Gurgaon’s Sohna to seek safer locations.

To maintain law and order, the Haryana government implemented prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC in Nuh and Gurgaon. Additionally, the Central Government responded to the state’s request for assistance by dispatching 20 companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs).

As a preventive measure, authorities ordered the closure of all schools in Gurgaon, Faridabad, and Palwal on Tuesday.

The tension escalated at Nuh chowk during a religious procession called Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra, organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Matrishakti Durgavahini. The procession, which commenced from Gurgaon’s Civil Lines and was flagged off by BJP district president Gargi Kakkar, reached Nuh chowk and became a focal point for communal unrest.

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