According to FIR, mob attacked and set fire to the car of a chief judicial magistrate of Nuh’s additional district and her three-year-old daughter during the attack on a nearby religious procession.
Anjali Jain, the assistant chief judicial magistrate (ACJM), and her daughter were forced to run for their lives on Monday when the attackers flung stones and fired bullets at them, according to the FIR that was filed at City Nuh police station on Tuesday.
The judge was compelled to take sanctuary in a workshop of Nuh’s disused bus station with her daughter and some of the staff. Later, a few advocates helped them.
The FIR was filed against unidentified individuals in response to Tek Chand’s accusation. Tek Chand is a processor server at the ACJM, Nuh court.
The gunman Siyaram, the ACJM, and her three-year-old daughter drove to the SKM Medical College at Nalhar in the ACJM’s Volkswagen at around 1 o’clock on Monday to buy medications, according to the FIR. About 100 to 150 rioters attacked them on the Delhi-Alwar route near the old bus stop around 2 o’clock as they were returning from the medical college.
“The rioters were pelting stones at them. Some stones hit the car’s back glass, and the rioters opened fire in the area. All four of us left the car on the road and ran to save our lives. We hid at a workshop of the old bus stand and later some advocates rescued us. On the next day, when I went to check on the car, I found out that the rioters had torched it,” according to the FIR.
Sections 148 (riots), 149 (illegal assembly), 435 (fire with intent to cause damage), and 307 (attempt at murder) of the Indian Penal Code were all applicable provisions of the Arms Act that were followed in filing the FIR.
Six people, including two home guards and a cleric, have died in clashes that began in Nuh over an attempt to stop a Vishva Hindu Parishad march and spread to Gurugram over the past two days.