Gurugram/Chandigarh, August 1, 2023: As per media reports curfew was imposed in Nuh on Monday night following the violence in the day.
According to the news published in The Tribune, DC Prashant Panwar said curfew is in place in Nuh. No untoward incident was reported through the night. Flag marches are being carried out in Nuh.
The administration will hold a meeting to assess the ground situation and take a call on the duration of the curfew.
Police were conducting raids on in Khedla village as villagers fled to the nearby mountains to escape arrests.
Based on the videos doing the rounds, the accused were being identified and arrested, said SP Narendra Bijarniya.
Meanwhile, a religious building was torched in Sector 57 at Gurugram. Three people were injured. Police and administration are tightlipped about the incident. The fire department issued a statement saying, “A fire call was reported at fire station, Sector 29, at 12.21 am that a fire had occurred in an under-construction building. Three fire vehicles were sent to the site. Police sent the three injured to Civil Hospital. The fire was extinguished.”, – The Tribune added.
Two home guards were killed and at least 15 others, including several policemen, were injured on Monday as a mob in Nuh district tried to stop a VHP procession, throwing stones and setting cars on fire, officials said.
Meanwhile, the Haryana government has sought 20 companies of the Rapid Action Force from the Centre for a week to maintain the law and order situation in Nuh district.
Internet services were suspended in Sohna, Manesar and Pataudi.
In all, four people have died so far, including two home guard jawans. As many as 125 private and eight police vehicles have been torched. Twenty-seven people have been detained by the police and 11 FIRs registered., – The Tribune added.