The atmosphere is tense after violence and arson following stone pelting during Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Braj Mandal Yatra on Monday (July 31) in Nuh of Mewat area of Haryana.
Five people have died in the communal riots in Nuh.
With this, more than 100 people were injured and hundreds of vehicles were burnt in the violence.
Curfew has been imposed in Nuh. Along with this, in view of the tension in 6 districts also, the police administration is on alert mode.
Meanwhile, after the Nuh communal riots, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal.
A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking to stop the proposed rallies by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal in Delhi-NCR area in the wake of violence in Nuh and Gurugram.
On a petition filed in the Supreme Court regarding the protest march on Nuh violence, the lawyer told the court that 23 protest marches are being organized in Delhi today. In such a situation, he demanded an immediate hearing.
This petition has been filed as an Interlocutory Application (IA) in a pending writ petition relating to hate speeches.
Senior advocate Chander Uday Singh has filed an urgent petition before the Supreme Court to stop the rallies.
Senior advocate CU Singh, appearing for the applicant, told the Supreme Court that 23 protests are being organized in Delhi.
Supreme Court says there must not be any hate speech, any violence, ensure it. If necessary additional force to be deployed, CCTV cameras to be installed and everything recorded to be preserved.
With this, the Supreme Court has listed the matter on August 4 while issuing notices to Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi.
Here, Bajrang Dal workers protested at Delhi’s Ghonda Chowk against what happened in Nuh (Haryana).
Police barricading has been done at various places to control the crowd.