Haryana Minister believes a conspiracy behind communal incidents
Following the violence in the Muslim-dominated Nuh district of Haryana, India, the state’s Home Minister, Anil Vij, has expressed suspicion of a conspiracy behind the communal clashes that resulted in three deaths. He mentioned that both communities had been living peacefully in Nuh for a long time, and the discovery of stones, weapons, and bullets suggests the involvement of a mastermind. The authorities plan to conduct a detailed investigation and take strict actions against those responsible for instigating the violence.
In response to the situation, a curfew has been imposed in the affected district, and Internet services have been suspended. Security forces have been deployed to maintain law and order. The Union government has also deployed 20 companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) in Nuh to control the law and order situation until August 6.
The violence had erupted during a Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) rally in the Nuh district of Haryana on Monday, resulting in the death of three home guard men and injuries to nine police officers, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police and three inspectors. Around 20 FIRs have been registered, and several people have been detained in connection with the violence.
The authorities are closely monitoring the situation in Nuh and nearby areas, with flag marches being carried out as a precautionary measure. The focus is on restoring peace and preventing any further escalation of tensions.