Haryana state minister accuses Kong of “orchestrating” violence in Noah on July 31
Haryana state minister accuses Kong of “orchestrating” violence in Noah on July 31. Image source: IANS News
Chandigarh, August 28: Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij accused the Congress of “coordinating” the communal violence in Noah district on July 31, and told the Assembly on Monday that the government is “democratic and secular, allowing people of all faiths to practice their religious activities freely based on their religion.” Beliefs.”
He said that the ongoing investigations into the incident and the arrest of 500 people “indicate that the matter was orchestrated by Congress.”
However, House Speaker Gyanchand Gupta refused to discuss the violence in the House, saying it was up to the judiciary.
Opposition leader and two-time prime minister, Bhupinder Hooda, said the order regarding house demolitions was “subject to the judiciary”.
“We do not demand a discussion of the demolition, rather we want to discuss the violence in Noah and the conspiracy behind it. We demand the decision of the Speaker of Parliament on whether or not a discussion will take place,” he said.
However, lawmakers in Congress insisted that the government should order a judicial investigation to uncover the alleged conspiracy behind the violence.
The communal violence that took place on July 31 in the Muslim-majority Noah district, about 90 km from Delhi, left six people dead and scores injured.
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