Hindu-Muslim clashes in Nuh, Delhi, result in 6 deaths.

Recent clashes between Hindus and Muslims in Gurugram, Haryana, a satellite city of India’s capital New Delhi, have so far left six people dead.

The clashes began on March 31 in Nuh, a Muslim-dominated neighborhood in Gurugram, when a crowd pelted a Hindu religious procession with stones and set cars on fire, according to AFP on March 2 local time.

On the second day of the clashes, arson and looting took place in several places in Gurugram.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar told reporters that six people have been killed and 116 arrested so far in the riots.

Two of the dead were reportedly shot dead as home guards.

The chief minister emphasized that those responsible for the riots would not be tolerated.

Local media reported that the riots broke out after Monu Manesar, a member of the radical Hindu militant group Bajrang Dal and a prominent Hindu nationalist activist, said he would participate in a Hindu procession in Nuh district.

Violence between Hindus and Muslims has been common in India since Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014.

Of India’s 1.4 billion people, 80 percent are Hindu, and about 200 million are Muslim.

Officials at the South Korean Embassy in New Delhi have issued a notice asking people to be mindful of their safety, 카지노사이트킴 and while there have been no casualties so far, the riots have not yet been completely quelled.

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