Nuh Violence: ‘Government should deploy CCTV and large number of paramilitary forces’, SC directs on protests.
The case of violent clash between two communities that took place on Monday in Haryana’s Nuh Violence has now reached the Supreme Court.
The Nuh violence case was heard in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court asked the central and state governments to ensure that there is no hate speech or violence during the VHP protest march.
Supreme Court’s instructions to the Central and State Governments.
In fact, the Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Center and the respective state governments to ensure that no hate speech or violence takes place in Delhi-NCR during the march organized by the VHP and Bajrang Dal to protest against the communal violence in Haryana’s Nuh.
Bench orders deployment of paramilitary forces.
A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and SV Bhatti also ordered that additional police or paramilitary forces be deployed and CCTV cameras be installed in sensitive areas.
Hindu organizations announced protest.
Let us inform that the Supreme Court has passed this order when senior advocate CU Singh, appearing for journalist Shaheen Abdullah, said that right-wing groups Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal have organized protests in various parts of the National Capital Region (NCR). The performances have been announced.
Violence broke out in Nuh on July 31.
It may be noted that on July 31, communal violence broke out in Haryana’s Nuh after an attempt was made to stop a VHP procession.
Six people including two home guards have died in this violence. According to the state government, 116 people have been arrested since the violence.