Gurugram, 17 November (HP)
Three minor boys, who pelted stones at women during well worship in Nuh, have been identified and rounded up. Police have registered an FIR on the complaint of the women and started investigation. The incident took place late on Thursday night, when three boys pelted stones at women who were going to worship the well and injured them.
On Friday, Nuh SP Narendra Singh Bijarnia said that footage had come from the madrassa, in which 3 boys were seen standing. On the basis of that, all three boys have been identified and rounded up. Late in the evening, the three accused minor madrasa students were presented before the Child Welfare Committee, from where the 9-year-old student got bail and two students of 12-12 years were sent to the juvenile home in Faridabad. Now this case will be heard in Amit Verma’s court on 20th November. SP said that 8 women have filed a case in the stone pelting case. The women have suffered minor injuries.
A son has been born in the family of Ram Avtar, resident of Ward-10, Nuh. During the birth anniversary of their son, women were going to the temple to worship the well on Thursday when three minor boys started pelting stones near the mosque. A situation of tension has arisen in the area after stone pelting. In view of the tense atmosphere, police has been deployed. However, the Superintendent of Police says that at present the atmosphere is calm and talks have been held with both the parties.
The Superintendent of Police called Maulana Mufti Mohammad Zahid of the mosque and took information. Maulana also considered this incident to be the fault of the children and assured that no such incident would happen in future. The incident spread anger among VHP workers also.
Sarvajati Panchayat condemned
Earlier today, an all-caste panchayat was held in Nuh in which BJP leader Chaudhary Zakir Hussain, Congress MLA Aftab Ahmed, BJP leaders and people of all sections participated. Everyone condemned the incident, demanded strict action against the culprits and decided to make every effort to maintain peace under all circumstances.