Authorities in Nuh district of Haryana, India, have announced that schools, colleges, and other educational institutions will reopen on Friday (August 11), following the communal violence that has plagued the area. The Haryana State Transport services will also resume operations on the same day. In an effort to maintain peace and harmony, Muslim clerics have been urged to conduct Friday prayers at home and encourage others to do the same. The district magistrate of Nuh, Dhirender Khadgata, issued an official order stating that curfew restrictions will be relaxed on Friday, and ATMs in certain areas will remain open during this time. In the neighboring Gurugram district, Jamiat Ulama president Mufti Saleem Qasmi appealed to the public to refrain from offering Friday prayers at open spaces and instead pray in mosques or at their homes. The clashes in Nuh occurred when a Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) procession called the Braj Mandal Yatra was attacked by mobs on July 31, resulting in six deaths. In Gurugram, 37 FIRs have been registered in connection with the communal clashes, and arrests have been made. The police commissioner urged residents to ignore rumors and false information spread on social media and assured that strict action will be taken against those responsible for inciting violence.
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