Gurugram-A bit of Hindu teams on Monday raised slogans in opposition to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar after the state authorities didn’t permit a full-fledged Shobha Yatra within the tension-stuck district of Nuh the place communal violence was witnessed on July 31.
Even because the symbolic — small-scale and curtailed Shobha Yatra organised by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and different Hindu organisations, remained peaceable, the agitated part of Hindu teams, moreover elevating slogans in opposition to CM Khattar, additionally burnt his effigy.
Disappointment was fairly seen at Ujina in Nuh because the protesters additionally shouted slogans of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ whereas burning an effigy of the Haryana CM.
The native residents stated the Haryana authorities didn’t permit the yatra to begin in its correct and full-fledged kind.
“The stand towards Yatra taken by the Khattar-led Haryana government shows signs of weakness. The government even imposed several restrictions on the religious Yatra. We expressed anger against the Chief Minister who did not give nod to organising the Yatra in its full strength. After imposition of these restrictions, it seems like we are responsible for the July 31 violence in Nuh, ” stated a neighborhood resident.
Meanwhile, the Nuh police beefed up safety throughout the district to keep away from any untoward incidents in view of Shobha Yatra on Monday.
Five main examine factors had been put in between Sohna and Nuh for checking.
During checking, the police additionally maintained the info of all guests visiting Nuh.