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Saturday, December 2, 2023

Muslim youth rebuked for reckless bike riding & hitting 8-year-old girl – Islamists unleash retaliatory violence in Nuh, Haryana

There has been news of a violent clash between Muslim and Hindu communities in Kheda Khalilpur village of Nuh district of Haryana, leaving around 10 people injured. On Monday, violence broke out over a minor issue the day before, in which the Muslim side started pelting stones and opened fire, forcing Hindus to retaliate.

As per a media report, injured have been admitted to the hospital for treatment. Following are the visuals from this area, which falls at center of the historical Mewat region where emotions are anyway high after death of 2 cow smugglers from Bharatpur and the subsequent Rajasthan Police crackdown causing miscarriage of gaurakshak Shrikant Pandit’s pregnant wife.

Upon getting the information of the quarrel, a large number of police forces under the leadership of ASP Usha Kundu reached the village and brought the situation under control (for now).

This original incident happened on Sunday morning around nine o’clock. A Muslim youth Bilal was riding his bike recklessly at a high speed and hit an 8-year-old girl. When Nathuram and few others confronted him, he abused them and left. The matter seemed to have been resolved, but the next day a Muslim mob assembled and started pelting stones and opened fire on the Hindu family.

As per the police sources, several people including the relatives of Nathuram have been badly hurt. A woman with bullet injury in her hand was referred from Sohna Civil Hospital to Gurugram district hospital. Others are undergoing treatment at the civil hospital in Sohna.

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