Monu Manesar: Police have detained Monu Manesar on suspicion of being responsible for the recent violence in Nuh, Haryana. Police officials have reportedly detained him in Manesar in a Bolero and Creta vehicle. It is being told that Monu had come to the market for some work, when while coming out of the market the police stopped him and took him into custody.
It is being told that Rajasthan Police is also in contact with Haryana Police. If media reports are to be believed, he may soon be handed over to Rajasthan Police. According to the information, the Crime Investigative Unit (CIA) of the police has taken him into custody. Many cases are registered against Monu Manesar in Haryana also.
Monu Manesar is an accused in the Nasir-Junaid murder case.
Let us tell you that on February 16, burnt bodies of two people from Rajasthan were found in Bhiwani district of Haryana. Two people, Junaid and Nasir, residents of Gopalgarh Ghatmika village in Rajasthan, were identified from the bodies after police investigation. According to police investigation, Junaid and Nasir were kidnapped from Haryana by some cow vigilantes. Later their bodies were found in a Bolero in Bhiwani. Names of many cow protectors had come to light in this case. One of them was Monu Manesar. However, Monu Manesar had made a video in which he clearly denied being involved in this incident.
The relatives of the deceased had filed a case
In this case, the relatives of the deceased had filed a case of kidnapping against 5 people including Monu. Rajasthan Police had also released photographs of eight accused. In which Monu Manesar’s name was not included. But after a thorough investigation, the police added Monu Manesar’s name to the charge sheet submitted in the court on June 6. Subsequently, Monu Manesar was listed as missing in Rajasthan Police records. Since then the police was actively searching for Monu Manesar.
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