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Internet Services Restored In Haryana’s Nuh, Hindu Outfit Demands For Abolition Of District

In Haryana’s Nuh, where racial violence erupted two weeks ago and left six people dead and numerous others injured, internet access has been restored.

Following the fighting between two factions on July 31, mobile internet, SMS, and broadband services were suspended in Nuh due to the “tense and critical” situation.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)-organized religious procession was the cause of the initial altercation.

Six people were killed in the unrest that eventually spread to Gurugram, Palwal, Faridabad, and other Haryana districts, including two Home Guards and a priest from a mosque.

Unruly mobs burned down a number of cars, restaurants, and stores.

Rumours that cow vigilante Monu Manesar will attend the religious procession in Nuh are thought to be the cause of the neighborhood’s confrontations between different ethnic groups.

According to reports, Manesar posted a social media video in which he claimed to be at the Nuh religious procession and urged his fans to turn out in force.

The cow vigilante claimed that the Vishwa Hindu Parishad advised him not to attend the event because they thought it would exacerbate local tensions.

According to authorities, a special investigative team (SIT) would be established to look into Manesar’s involvement in the altercations.

Yesterday, members of a mahapanchayat constituted by a Hindu group in Palwal requested the abolition of the Nuh district. At the meeting, a committee of 51 persons voted that the area should be made free of cow slaughter.

Additionally, the committee resolved to resume the Jalahishek Yatra in Nuh on August 28. The mahapanchayat demanded stringent regulations for visitors from other nations. The committee recommended discarding them.

According to police, 118 additional persons have been detained in relation to the incident and more than 390 have been arrested.

According to the police, more than 100 First Information Reports, or FIRs, have been filed for inflammatory social media posts. They also identified several accounts that broadcast inflammatory content while there was fighting.

Last week, educational institutions like schools, colleges, and universities in Nuh reopened. The entirety of Haryana State Transport’s bus services has also been restored.

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