Get Honorary PhD

Nuh: Violent shops demolished, agencies looking for conspirator, 216 arrested in 6 days, 88 in custody

Pankaj Prasad
Nuh Violents shops demolished
Nuh Violents shops demolished

Action has been taken on 45 illegal shops. 2.5 acres of land has been made free. Earlier notice was given. Heavy police force was also deployed to prevent any untoward incident.

For the third consecutive day after the communal violence, government bulldozers ran on illegal constructions and encroachments. On Saturday, the administration demolished 45 shops built illegally on about 2.5 acres of land on Nalhar Road. Some of those whose illegal constructions were demolished were involved in the attack on the Vishwa Hindu Parishad procession.

Heavy police force was also deployed to prevent any untoward incident. Nuh SDM Ashwani Kumar said that this action was taken on the instructions of Chief Minister Manohar Lal. The people living here were given notice first. A police officer said that the encroachment was removed from Adbar Chowk to Tiranga Chowk. Violence took place at these places on 31 July. On Thursday, 250 shanties of Rohingya infiltrators were demolished in Tawdu town of Nuh district, while illegal constructions around the Nalhar temple were also demolished on Friday.

On the other hand, police action continues even after six days of violence. So far 104 FIRs have been registered and 216 accused have been arrested, while 88 more people have been detained and their interrogation is on. 10 people have been arrested for spreading rumors on social media.

Gurugram's Assistant Commissioner of Police Varun Kumar Dahiya said, "Till Friday, 27 FIRs have been registered and 38 people arrested in connection with the violence in the district." 60 people have been taken into preventive custody.

Even after numerous arrests and interrogations, the investigating agencies have not reached any conclusion. Chief Minister Manohar Lal, Home Minister Anil Vij, Home Secretary TVSN Prasad and DGP PK Aggarwal have termed it as a conspiracy incident, yet none of the investigating agencies could reach any conclusion about who is the conspirator or mastermind of the whole incident.

There was no prior notice of tension: Vij

State Home Minister Anil Vij said he had not received any intelligence about possible tension in Nuh over the procession. Vij said, I also asked the Additional Chief Secretary, Home and the DGP about this. He also told that he had no such information. On a TV channel's news about intelligence inputs, he said, "A sting operation is going viral, in which a CID inspector is claiming that the administration had information about a possible problem during VHP's visit." Vij said, it will be investigated that to whom the inspector had given intelligence.

Migration begins: Migrant workers assured of security

The exodus of migrant workers has started after the violence in Gurugram and Nuh. In view of this, Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav visited some slums in Sector 58 and 70 on Saturday and assured the laborers of their safety. He asked the laborers to do their work without any fear. Yadav said that the situation has completely calmed down and there is no need to fear or panic now. Said, if someone threatens them and asks them to leave, then immediately inform the district administration or the local police.

Stone pelting at shrine in Rohtak

Some people pelted stones at a religious place in Rohtak. Police said that the incident took place in Anwal village around 10.30 pm on Friday night. A case has been registered regarding this and the security of the shrine has been increased.

Regarding Pakistan's hand in Nuh violence, Home Minister Vij said that all these facts are in the knowledge of the police, and the police is probing each and every point. In response to a question about whether the vehicle with Punjab number plate was linked to Haider Ali, said that this information has also been sent to the authorities, and it will also be investigated.