There was a clash between two groups in Haryana Nuh. This ruckus happened during the procession. The mob pelted stones and fired. During this two home guards died.
Like every year, this year also Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra has been taken out. In this, hundreds of Vishva Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal activists from Gurugram had gone to Nal Had Shiva temple Mewat to perform Jalabhishek of Lord Shiva.
Internet service has been suspended in Nuh after the ruckus. Although internet is still running in most places. Section 144 has been imposed in Noah.
More than one thousand police personnel have been deployed. Through the speaker, people are constantly being instructed to stay in their homes.
According to Yashwant Shekhawat, General Secretary of Gurugram Vishwa Hindu Parishad, as soon as the yatra reached Shiva temple Nal Hud, the mischievous elements started pelting stones on the yatra and also set arson and vandalized many vehicles.
During the uproar, incidents ranging from firing to arson took place. Many government vehicles were also vandalized and some private vehicles were also targeted by the mob.
The police also fired to calm the matter. The situation in the area is tense and sporadic incidents are being reported at many places.
After the incident, the route has been diverted on Nuh-Hodal road, apart from this Nuh city is completely deserted. After this incident, most of the market has been closed and people have gone to their homes.
Let us tell you, in the recent past, many such incidents have taken place on the occasion of Muharram, in which there was a clash between two groups and the matter escalated.
The first sentence is from Machli Mohalla in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan where Tazia was taken out like every year on Muharram.
There was a fight between the children to pick up Tajiya and lead it. This quarrel of children took a big form on Sunday. After this, there was fierce stone pelting between two groups in the locality. After getting the information, the police reached the spot and arrested about 30 people on charges of breach of peace.
Apart from this, the second news is from Bhilwara in Rajasthan where Lord Charbhuja Nath’s chariot was passing through a town on the night of 29th July.
Here on the occasion of Muharram, loudspeakers were installed at Lakhara Chowk in the town.
When the appeal to stop it was not accepted, the two communities came face to face. The Muslim community alleges that it is a custom to take out the stick two days before Tajiya.
During this, the Hindu society kept bhajan kirtan. There was a problem in taking out the stick due to loud kirtan-bhajans. It is alleged that this was done to disturb harmony.