Violent Clash in Haryana: Two Groups Throw Stones, Multiple Vehicles Set on Fire

Violent Clash in Haryana

A shocking incident has come to light in Mewat area of ​​Haryana on Monday where two groups pelted stones at each other and burnt vehicles. This happened in Nand village of Nuh district. A rally was taken out by the workers of Vishwa Hindu Parishad in Nand village of Nuh district. A group pelted stones at the rally. After that, a controversy broke out. At this time, the angry mob vandalized many private vehicles on the road and set them on fire. Videos of this incident are going viral on social media.

In February 2023, two youths named Nasir and Junaid were murdered. The name of cow guard Monu Manesar was mentioned in the FIR in this death case. The charred bodies of Nasir and Junaid were found in a car in Haryana’s Bhiwani district. The violence erupted after getting information that Monu Manesar, the accused in this crime, had come to Mewat area today (Monday).

According to a report given by ‘India Today’, Vishwa Hindu Parishad workers took out Shobha Yatra in Mewat area. Monu Manesar appealed that people should participate in this yatra in large numbers. However, the people of the area opposed this pilgrimage. Still the members of Vishwa Hindu Parishad took out Shobha Yatra. Meanwhile, a group pelted stones at the procession in Nand village. After that, this controversy broke out.

Violent Clash in Haryana update:

This time, two groups have vandalized vehicles by pelting stones at each other. Videos of this incident are going viral on social media. Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij has confirmed the incident of stone pelting. He said that members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad had taken out a yatra in Mewat after getting permission from the police. However, as soon as this yatra reached Nand village, people from other communities threw stones at the yatra. After this incident, police force has been deployed at the incident site and blockade has been made at many places. Internet service has been stopped in the area till August 2 after this incident of violence.

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