Nuh Violence: On Thursday evening, around 7:30 PM, a tragic incident occurred in Nuh, Haryana, where children from a madrasa threw stones at women heading for Puja, leaving several injured.
The injured women were taken to the Nuh Community Health Center for medical treatment.
Following the incident, members from both communities gathered, prompting Nuh district SP Narendra Singh Bijarniya to appeal for peace.
During a well-worship ceremony (Kuan Poojan) for the birth of a son, women from Ward Number 10 in Nuh, Haryana, were on their way to the nearby Shiv Temple with musical instruments.
While departing from the front of the mosque, over 20 children allegedly from a madrassa pelted stones at them, causing injuries to several women.
Upon hearing about the incident, a significant number of people from the Hindu community gathered at the event where the stone-throwing occurred.
Upon receiving information, SP Nuh, Narendra Bijarniya, rushed to the scene and swiftly resolved the matter. Subsequently, he obtained details from Maulana Mufti Mohammad Jahid of the mosque, who assured that there would be no recurrence, attributing the incident to children's mistake.
SP Narendra Singh Bijarniya mediated between both communities to bring about a peaceful resolution.
It has been reported from the side of SP that no one suffered any major injuries in the stone-pelting incident.
A few months ago, the town of Nuh witnessed a tragic outbreak of violence, resulting in the death of six individuals, including a Maulvi.
On July 31st during the Braj Mandal Yatra organized by the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), a mob launched an attack during the procession, triggering communal tensions in the region.
The aftermath of this incident led to a disturbing episode of sectarian violence, claiming the lives of six people, including two home guards and a Maulvi.