Daily Wagers, Domestic Helps Leave In Fear Over Clashes In Gurugram

PUBLISHED ON: August 2, 2023 | Duration: 5 min, 09 sec

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The human toll of the violence that broke out in Haryana's Nuh and spread to other parts of the state cannot be measured only in terms of the dead and the injured, and a locality in Gurugram is a glaring example of this. Of the over 100 Muslim families from West Bengal that were staying in the locality, only 15 remain, and even they say they are petrified and are not going back only because they don't have the money to do so. Tears welling up in his eyes, and hands folded, 25-year-old Shamim Hussain pleaded, "Last evening, some people came and asked all Muslims to leave. We don't have money to go back and even have debts to pay to the local shopkeepers. It's okay if something happens to me, but I have a one-year-old son. It is my sincere request to the government, district administration and local residents to protect us. Help us, please."
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