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Mob Attack on Judicial Magistrate and Family in Nuh: FIR Reveals Narrow Escape

The harrowing incident of an attack on an additional chief judicial magistrate (ACJM) of Nuh, along with her three-year-old daughter and staff, came to light through an FIR filed on Tuesday. The shocking incident occurred on July 31 during an attack on a religious procession in Nuh. As per the FIR lodged by Tek Chand, a processor server, at a local court in Nuh, ACJM Anjali Jain, her daughter, and staff had a narrow escape when their car was set on fire by a violent mob.

The judge and her daughter found refuge in a nearby workshop at the old bus stand, situated near the Nuh district court, as the attackers relentlessly pelted stones and fired at them. The chilling account mentioned that the incident took place around 2 p.m. when the victims were returning from SKM Medical College, Nalhar, after seeking medical attention.

The attackers, estimated to be around 100-150 rioters, unleashed their violence near the old bus stand, posing a serious threat to the ACJM and her entourage. The FIR was filed against unknown individuals involved in the attack, and authorities are actively investigating the matter to apprehend the culprits responsible for this shocking act of violence against a judicial officer and her family.