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Haryana Nuh Violence Live Updates: High Court Puts a Halt to Haryana Government’s Demolition Drive in Nuh

Haryana Nuh violence demolition drive stays

Haryana Nuh Violence Updates: The Punjab & Haryana high court stayed the demolition drive in Nuh on Monday. As a result of the Nuh violence, the HC took suo motu cognizance of the state’s demolition drive and questioned the Haryana government’s demolition drive that was conducted without the notice of affected parties.

From 9am to 1pm on Monday, the curfew in Haryana’s Nuh district was lifted.

In Nuh, Haryana Police is barricading and checking the area.

On Friday, five houses were torn down in Nalhar and 46 pucca houses and shops, including pharmacies, were bulldozed the next day. A police report earlier said people living or running these structures were suspected of being involved in rioting, though the official reason is encroachment.

The state home minister Anil Vij said bulldozers are part of the “ilaaj” in the investigation of communal violence after a clash in Nuh spread to Gurgaon, Palwal and Faridabad. According to the deputy commissioner, demolitions will continue in the district.

The Nuh administration on Sunday brought down a three-storey restaurant-hotel and a tiles showroom allegedly used by stone-pelters during July 31’s violence.

According to Vinesh Kumar, the hotel’s commercial building was built illegally. “The building was totally unauthorised and the government and department served notices.” Hooligans had pelted stones on the yatra from here. That is why this action is being taken,” Kumar said, according to ANI.

Over 45 “illegal” constructions in the Nalhar road area of Nuh were demolished on Saturday, the second day of the demolition drive.

According to Nuh sub-divisional magistrate Ashwani Kumar, some of these structures were owned by violent individuals.

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