will haryana schools be closed tomorrow|haryana nuh violence reason|haryana riots reason:Haryana witnessed violent clashes between two groups in Mewat Nuh, near Gurugram. Police said that the fight started after Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s ‘Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra’ was stopped by a group of young men near Khedla Mod in Nuh, and stones were pelted at the procession. Some police vehicles were also damaged.The Haryana Police have informed PTI that stones were pelted and cars set on fire during a religious procession in Haryana’s Nuh adjoining Gurugram on Monday. Two home guards were shot dead and about a dozen policemen were injured, police said.
Gurugram district administration announced that all schools, colleges, and educational institutes will remain closed on Wednesday here. The order has been issued by District Magistrate Nishant Kumar Yadav.School, colleges holiday in Gurugram and Faridabad: In view of communal clashes, the government of Haryana has decided to close all educational instiutes in the district of Gurugram, and Faridabad. the office of District Magistrate has released an order.
According to the order, all private and government educational institutions shall remain closed tomorrow, August 2 in the district Gurugram, and Faridabad. The decision has been taken in view of communal tension in neighbouring district of Nuh. All the roads have been blocked by anti social elements to disturb peace and tranquility of society and public order in district Gurugram. In order to avoid any untoward inciendent, the government has decided to close all government and private educational institutes in the district in view of prevailing circumstances.
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The order reads, ‘Due to communal tension in nearby district Faridabad, and Gurugram, the roads have been blocked by anti social elements to disturb the peace and transquility of society in the District Faridabad, and Gurugram. During such circumstances, it is necessary to close the government and private educational institutions in the District to avoid any untowards incident.’Keeping in view of the above, it is hereby ordered that all government and private education institutions shall be closed on August 2 in District Faridabad, and Gurugram, reads order.
A flag march was conducted by Rapid Action Force (RAF) in Gururgam’s Badshahpur early on Wednesday as tensions continue in the National Capital Region amid reports of arson in sector 70, where several roadside shops were set on fire by an angry mob.
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In Haryana’s neighbouring state of Rajasthan, section 144 was imposed in ten blocks of Alwar district till August 10 after mob vandalised some shops in Bhiwari on Tuesday.
According to a report in a 48-hour curfew was imposed in Nuh on Monday midnight, while internet and SMS services were suspended to contain any further flareups.
The report stated that even as the tension spread to Gurugram, no deaths or injuries were reported in the Millennium City in Tuesday’s incidents of vandalism.
According to the report, the Gurgaon administration has suspended internet services in Sohna, Manesar and Pataudi till further orders. It has also issued a directive, asking all schools to remain closed for physical classes till August 2.
Haryana has also banned sale of loose petrol or diesel. “The District Magistrate of Gurugram, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), and in the interest of public safety and security, hereby order that all fuel stations operating in Gurugram district are strictly prohibited from selling loose petrol/diesel to any person (except for emergency purposes) with immediate effect. This order shall be effective within the territorial jurisdiction of Gurugram district and shall remain in force until further notice,” an order from Deputy Commissioner of Gurugram stated.