The cow vigilante Monu Manesar will be brought on Monday from Rajasthan to Haryana’s Pataudi in Gurugram district in connection with murder case.
The Gurugram police will bring cow vigilante Mohit Yadav, better known as Monu Manesar, from Rajasthan to Haryana’s Pataudi in Gurugram district in connection with an attempt to murder case registered there, HT report quoting police officials said.
The report quoting police official said Yadav will be brought from Bharatpur in Rajasthan on September 25 on a production warrant.
It added that once the investigation begins, it will decide how long will Manesar be held.
Yadav, a member of the right-wing group Bajrang Dal, was arrested on September 12 by the Nuh police for making an incendiary post on social media on August 26.
He was later taken into custody by the Rajasthan police in connection with the murders of two Muslim men from Rajasthan, Junaid and Nasir, in February.
Yadav had also made a video in late July over a religious procession in Haryana’s Nuh. A Brajmandal Jalabhishek Yatra was abandoned on July 31 after it led to clashes in Muslim-majority Nuh, violence that was prompted by comments made by Yadav and others.
Yadav also had announced participation in the protest, which became controversial since he had been absconding over the murder cases.
Until his arrest, Yadav had been at large for more than eight months.
The Pataudi case for which the production warrant for Yadav has been issued dates to February 7, when a clash broke out between the Muslim and Dalit communities in Babarshah colony over an intercaste wedding. According to police, a 22-year-old Muslim woman had eloped with a Dalit man from Pataudi on January 30, and the woman’s family lodged a complaint against the man and his family under Section 346 (wrongful confinement) of the Indian Penal Code at the Pataudi police station.