2 Aug 2023

Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala Said This On Communal Violence; Security Beefed Up In Delhi In View Of Planned VHP Demo

After two days of violence in Haryana's Nuh and Gurugram, now the security arrangements have been strengthened in Delhi as well.

Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal have announced protests against the violence on Wednesday.

It can be seen in the posters put up by Bajrang Dal in Delhi that the protest may take place in East Delhi as well.

For this reason, a large number of police have been deployed in Laxmi Nagar area.

Delhi Traffic Police also issued an advisory saying, "Due to protests near Nirman Vihar metro station, Vikas Marg is closed since 8 am."

Haryana's Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala spoke to the media on Wednesday on the Nuh violence.

Organizers of Jalabhishek yatra did not give complete details: Chautala

On the VHP's Jalabhishek Yatra organized in Nuh on Monday, Dushyant Chautala said, "The organizers of the yatra did not give complete details to the administration that how many people would come. Somewhere due to his lack this accident happened. I would urge everyone to maintain peace.

When Dushyant Chautala was asked about Monu Manesar and Mamen Khan, he said, "Action will be taken against those who were involved in violence regardless of to which party or social organization he may be associated with. Action will be taken against the one who has instigated and whose evidence has been found digitally."

'Such an incident has not happened in the history of our state'

Dushyant Chautala says, "Such an incident has not happened in the history of our state till date. Strict action will be taken against those who are behind this incident. Different types of inputs have been received, the police is investigating every aspect.

Giving information about the current situation, Chautala said, "Right now the situation is peaceful. The last incident took place in Gurugram at 2 am during intervening night of Tuesday-Wednesday, since then nothing has happened.

Nuh is a Muslim-dominated area and experts say that Hindus and Muslims have been living here with love for a long time.

Regarding this, Chautala says, "Mewat has a history of supporting integrity and unity. Even when the Mughals attacked, the people of Mewat stood by the rulers of that time and fought for freedom. Even after independence, following the request of Mahatma Gandhi, people contributed to the freedom struggle."

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