One of the 41 FIRs filed in connection with the communal clashes on Monday in Nuh, Haryana’s Mewat region, describes a mob attack on a car transporting a civil judge and her 3 year old daughter from a hospital, and how they hid themselves in a local workshop until they were rescued.The FIR was filed on the complaint of Tekchand, a process server at the Nuh district court, who claimed that the judge, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Anjali Jain, her daughter, a shooter, and he were on their way back from the SHKM Restorative College in Nalhar when a swarm of 100-150 individuals started pelting stones. The judge’s vehicle was ambushed and the bunch of four endeavored to save their lives by covering up in a workshop at the transport stand.
“At 2 p.m., we were in a Volkswagen Polo registered to ACJM Anjali Jain, and we were bringing medicines from SHKM Medical College, Nalhar.” When we arrived at Bandhan Bank, at the Old Bus Stand on the Delhi-Alwar Road, there was a mob of 100-150 individuals. They began throwing stones and setting fires. One of the stones flew in from behind and shattered the glass… the firing began. To preserve our lives, we had to hide in a factory at the Old Bus Stand. We were later rescued by some lawyers.The FIR was filed under IPC sections such as rioting and attempted murder, as well as Section 25 of the Arms Act. Another FIR mentions the attack on the two slain home guards and police officials. The bus carrying police officers and two home guards from Gurgaon’s Kherki Daula was stopped by a mob as they arrived at Anaj Mandi near the Cyber police station in Nuh.The FIR, filed under several sections, describes how the two home guards, Neeraj and Gursev, were killed. Those who were harmed were taken to the healing center. While Gursev was being treated at Sohna General Hospital and others were being treated at a Gurgaon private hospital.
Inspector Ajay Kumar, the complainant, stated that he received orders to go to Nuh with his squad, which included SI Devendra, PSI Arun, HC Shera, Constable Pawan Kumar, and house guards Neeraj and Gursev. Other teams were present on the bus and in other vehicles, including those from Manesar, Bilaspur, and Manesar’s QRT squad.An FIR was filed under IPC sections such as murder, rioting, attempted murder, and criminal conspiracy, as well as applicable sections of the Arms Act.In yet another FIR filed in Nuh, the complainant, who was deployed to the area as a duty magistrate by Hindu organizations during the yatra, described how 35-40 yatris sought refuge in a temple.
According to Abid Hussain, a sub-divisional engineer assigned as duty magistrate, 35-40 people were trapped within the shrine with no way out. Around 700-800 members of a neighborhood pelted stones and used unlawful weapons on yatris and police administration on Monday. He claimed that the mob was torching private and government vehicles.
“On my order, the Nuh City police station SHO used a police drive against the robber gang, after which they fled the area with weapons, so it seems that we are protecting the pilgrims trapped in the shrine, ” he said.