The provincial Nuh district officials demolished some structures on the grounds that they were illegally built on forest land in the region where violence took place.
According to the news of the Indian Express newspaper, Noah District Magistrate Ashwani Kumar claimed that the owners of the destroyed buildings were notified in advance and that some of the building owners were involved in violence during the parade.
While the authorities did not disclose the number of destroyed houses and workplaces, according to local media reports, the number of destroyed buildings exceeded 200.
In a statement to the press, Haryana Interior Minister Anil Vij shared the information that 216 people were detained in connection with the events that led to Hindu-Muslim conflicts in the state.
On the other hand, it is stated that 6 people lost their lives and more than 20 people were injured in the violence in the region.
Community violence incidents in Haryana
Clashes broke out during the parade organized by Hindu groups on July 31 in the Noah district of Haryana, where Muslims are concentrated.
As the violence spread to some areas, including the neighboring town of Gurugram, ultranationalist Hindu groups set fire to Muslim businesses and a mosque, killing an imam.
Following the increasing violence, security forces were reinforced in the region and measures such as curfew and suspension of the internet were applied.