Nuh Violence: Two Suspects Arrested, One Injured After Gunshot, Illegal Weapons Recovered

Nuh Violence: Two Suspects Arrested, One Injured After Gunshot, Illegal Weapons Recovered

In the wake of the Nuh violence, Haryana Police has been relentlessly pursuing investigations and making significant progress. The Crime Branch achieved a major breakthrough on Thursday. Following a confrontation, the police arrested two suspects involved in the Nuh violence incident. During the altercation, one of the suspects sustained a gunshot wound to the leg and was subsequently admitted to a hospital.

According to sources, a team led by Inspector Sandeep Mor, formed by the Nuh police, successfully apprehended Munfed resident Gavarka along with his accomplice, Saikul, after a physical altercation. Saikul sustained a gunshot wound to his leg during the scuffle.

The police seized an illegal country-made pistol and a motorcycle from the possession of the suspects. This operation was conducted in the vicinity of the Silkhoh village in Nuh.

Arrests Following Nuh Violence Reach 216

In the aftermath of the Nuh violence, the police have taken decisive action. As of August 6th, a total of 104 First Information Reports (FIRs) have been filed across various districts, resulting in the arrest of 216 individuals. Additionally, 88 people have been taken into preventive custody. Moreover, 10 individuals were arrested on charges of spreading misinformation on social media. In the Gurugram district, 27 FIRs have been registered regarding the violence, leading to the arrest of 38 people, while 60 individuals have been taken into precautionary custody. A thorough investigation is currently underway, examining around 2,300 videos related to the provocative posts.

Administration Takes Measures Following Nuh Violence

In the aftermath of the communal violence in Nuh, the district administration bulldozed illegal settlements of Rohingya refugees, demolishing over 250 makeshift shelters. Information has emerged regarding the involvement of some of these refugees in the violence.

It is important to note that the religious procession organized in Nuh’s Brajmandal on July 31st turned violent. The procession was supposed to start from the Nalhaeshwar Temple and conclude at the Shiv Temple in Singar village, Punhana sub-division.

Relief Measures and Increased Security in Nuh

To facilitate the general public during the curfew, banks and ATMs are open from 10 AM to 3 PM, while other essential services are available from 7 AM to 3 PM. The Nuh police have deployed an additional 31 companies of police forces, totaling 1,900 personnel, to maintain law and order.

Continuous flag marches are being conducted by the police, with appeals made to the citizens to maintain peace and tranquility. To curb the spread of false information on social media, 11 FIRs have been registered so far. As a precautionary measure, internet services were suspended in the district until August 11th, with the possibility of restoration based on the evolving situation.

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