Judge, 3-Year-Old Hid As Their Car Was Set On Fire By Nuh Mob: FIR

Judge, 3-Year-Old Hid As Their Car Was Set On Fire By Nuh Mob: FIR

Haryana: An Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) and her three year-old daughter had a narrow escape after an angry mob attacked them and set their car on fire during violence that erupted in Nuh on July 31.

The FIR filed by one Tekchand, a process server at the Nuh district court at the City Nuh police station, revealed how ACJM, her daughter and security guard hid themselves in a workshop when angry mob attacked their car in Haryana.

Nuh violence: Narrow escape

When we reached Bandhan Bank, near the Old Bus stand on Delhi-Alwar Road, a crowd of 100-150 people gathered there. Suddenly they started pelting stone and carrying out arson. In no time, one of the stones came flying from behind and broke the glass of the rear window of our car. Firing also began,” the complaint stated in the FIR.

The FIR further mentioned how the situation was tensed and everyone in the car feared for their lives.

A small child was with us. Anything could have happened. There was fire everywhere…Vehicles were set on fire and the mob was on a rampage,” FIR reads.  

The situation forced the magistrate, her daughter and a security guard to hide in a workshop at the Old Bus Stand to save their lives.

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FIR over Nuh violence

When we went to the spot the next day, we found that the vehicle was completely burnt,” FIR claimed.

As reported by The Quint, this was one of the 48 FIRs lodged since violence erupted in Nuh district. The FIR has been filed under sections 148 (rioting, armed with deadly weapon), 149 (unlawful Assembly), 435 (fire with intent to cause damage), 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code and Section 25 of the Arms Act.

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