Most of the vendors from the minority community hail from places such as Meerut, Aligarh, Bijnor, Moradabad, Mainpuri, Muzaffarnagar, Etawah in Uttar Pradesh and Nuh district, and a majority of them have returned to their hometowns due to alleged threats
Communal clashes erupted in Nuh on July 31 after mobs attacked a Hindu religious procession organised by the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal. The ensuing violence spread to other parts of Haryana, leading to the death of six people
The enforcement wing of the DTCP in Gurugram has issued over 350 show cause notices to property owners for allowing illegal commercial establishments in their properties. In total, 700 notices have been issued in the past month. The department is identifying residential premises with the help of survey teams and plans to take strict action against violators.
Police in Nuh, India have scanned over 5,500 social media accounts and compiled a list of 800 people with licensed weapons in their investigation into the communal violence that occurred on Monday. Two dedicated teams have also been formed to check if licensed weapons were used in the violence. The police have arrested 145 rioters, registered 56 FIRs, and blocked over 3,500 sim cards. They are monitoring social media accounts and have urged the public to refrain from sharing posts that may fuel hatred among communities. Gurugram police have registered 29 FIRs and made 51 arrests in connection with the violence.
Nuh sub-divisional magistrate Ashwani Kumar said that they had identified the properties of the suspects based on a preliminary probe undertaken by the Nuh police. “We have not targeted anyone randomly, but only those who have been found involved in pelting stones and opening fire,” he said
Gurugram police have formed a special investigation team to probe the attack on a mosque and murder of its imam allegedly by a Hindu mob. Police have warned against circulating inflammatory messages or videos on social media and are conducting searches to arrest more suspects. A mosque was set on fire in Nuh but no injuries were reported. The internet has been suspended in the district until 5 August as a precautionary measure. Six people have died in the clashes so far.
Four suspects have been arrested for their involvement in an attack on a mosque in Nuh, India, which resulted in the death of the naib imam. The attack was allegedly planned in response to violence against Hindus. The suspects have been identified as a gym owner, a wrestler, a bouncer, and another individual, and are currently in jail. More arrests are expected to be made.
Hundreds of Muslim migrant workers have left Gurugram in India this week following communal clashes between a group of young men and workers from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. The violence has spread to other areas, resulting in six deaths and numerous arrests. Muslim workers have been targeted and threatened, causing many to flee the city or seek shelter with relatives. Shops, factories, and residential complexes have been affected by the absence of Muslim workers. The situation has prompted calls for immediate action from authorities to maintain law and order.