At least three women were injured after some unidentified children allegedly pelted stones at them from a madrasa in Nuh, Haryana. The incident took place near a mosque when a group of women were on their way for a 'kuan poojan'. The stones were thrown at them by some children from the madrasa, leading to escalating tensions in the area.
Nuh Superintendent of Police Narender Bijarniya promptly arrived at the spot with a heavy police force and dispersed the gathering. An FIR has been registered, and the mawlawi of the madrasa has been called in for questioning. According to SP Bijarniya, there were no major injuries sustained in the incident.
Earlier in July, communal clashes erupted in Nuh and its neighboring areas after a Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) procession was attacked, resulting in several deaths and injuries. These riots spilled over to Gurugram, where a mosque was set on fire and multiple shops and restaurants were looted. The police made over 340 arrests in connection with the violence, and Congress leader Mamman Khan was among the suspects.
Mamman Khan, a Congress MLA, was arrested in September for his alleged role in inciting the clashes and for maintaining contact with suspects involved in spreading incendiary posts on social media platforms. He was granted bail in two cases last month. The police continue to urge people to maintain calm and reassured that appropriate action will be taken.