In the midst of the Nuh violence, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar stated that the government can’t provide security to everyone. He emphasized the need to improve the environment and maintain societal peace. In a press conference, CM Khattar mentioned that while the police cannot protect everyone, an environment must be created to stop violence. He urged people to maintain peace, harmony, and fraternity for the state’s overall growth. The chief minister also informed that 20 central forces units were deployed in the state, with specific units allocated to different areas.
Regarding the arrest of Monu Manesar, Khattar clarified that they have no input on the matter as it is being handled by the Rajasthan government. He assured Rajasthan of their assistance and stated that the Rajasthan Police Department is free to act. Monu Manesar was arrested in connection with the murders of Nasir and Junaid after issuing a video urging people to participate in a yatra.
Khattar emphasized that anyone involved in violence will not be spared, and action will be taken. He mentioned developing a plan to analyze the damage to people’s properties in Nuh. The government will provide compensation for damage to public property, but those responsible for damaging private property will be held liable for compensation.
According to Khattar, six individuals were killed in communal violence on Wednesday, and 116 people were arrested in connection with these cases. He assured that conflicts in Nuh have been brought under control, and the situation is now back to normal. The violence originated from an attempt to disrupt a Vishwa Hindu Parishad procession in Nuh and quickly spread to other areas of the state, including Gurugram.