The administration and government have been relentless in their efforts to take action against the culprits of the Nuh violence. On Wednesday, Superintendent of Police Narendra Bijarniya revealed that search operations are underway to arrest the individuals involved in the violence that erupted during the Braj Mandal religious procession in Nuh. He assured innocent individuals not to fear during this operation.
For the convenience of the public, relaxation has been provided during the curfew hours from 7 AM to 3 PM, allowing access to banks and ATMs, except between 10 AM and 3 PM. The SP further informed that eight teams comprising senior officials have been formed in the district, engaged in identifying suspects through raids. Additionally, three DSP-level officers are leading an SIT that is investigating the cases related to property damage.
So far, 57 FIRs have been filed, leading to the arrest of 188 individuals in the district. Among the tragic events, a total of 88 people, including police personnel, have been injured, while six (four from Nuh and two from Gurugram) have been reported dead. In order to facilitate essential purchases, provisions have been made for public convenience from 7 AM to 3 PM, including bank and ATM access, during curfew hours.
To maintain law and order and ensure peace in the district, 31 companies of additional police force have been deployed along with the existing 1,900 personnel of the Nuh police. Flag marches by the police are being conducted regularly, with an appeal to citizens to maintain peace and harmony. Eleven FIRs have been registered in cases related to spreading rumors on social media. As a precautionary measure, internet services have been suspended until August 11, and their restoration will be decided based on the situation assessment.