“The accused in FIR No. 261 was sent to 4-day remand. One accused was sent to 3-day remand, five accused were sent to 4-day remand and the remaining were sent to 5-day remand,” announced Counsel of the accused.
Accused arrested by the Police in connection with the recent violence in Nuh, Haryana being taken to the Court.
According to the Haryana Additional Chief Secretary (Home) T V S N Prasad, a total of 176 people have been arrested and 78 taken into preventive detention. He also said 93 FIRs have been registered, including 46 in Nuh, 23 in Gurugram, three in Faridabad, three in Rewari, and 18 in Palwal.
Six people, including two home guards and a cleric, have died in the clashes that erupted in Nuh over an attempt to stop a Vishva Hindu Parishad procession and spread to Gurugram over the past few days.
The Haryana government has constituted a committee that will monitor social media platforms to prevent the circulation of provocative material to maintain law and order and communal harmony in the state.Curfew, meanwhile, was relaxed in Nuh today. “People can buy daily essentials from 10 am to 1 pm,” Nuh Deputy Commissioner Prashant Panwar said, adding the curfew will be relaxed again on Friday for three hours from 10 am.Mobile internet and SMS services in Nuh and some other places in the state, which were suspended till August 5, were also restored for three hours from 1 pm.
(Inputs from ANI)