According to sources, four men with their faces covered, armed with knives and pistols, barged into the house at Assan Kalan village around 1 am where three families were residing.
The Ferozepur Jhirka MLA was arrested from the house of his relative on the Jaipur-Ajmer road in Rajastahn late Thursday night.
Monu Manesar was also widely accused of making inflammatory remarks before the recent communal violence in Nuh in Haryana but he has denied any wrongdoing.
The police also seized a car from the accused, identified as Satish.
On August 1, Bajrangi was arrested by Faridabad police for allegedly making inflammatory speeches and brandishing weapons in public, a day after communal clashes erupted in Nuh on July 31.
In a complaint registered in this regard, Mojed said he found the poster on the wall of his tea shop on Sunday morning.
Mahamandaleshwar Swami Dharm Dev and Swami Parmanand were among those allowed to visit the temple.
Security stepped up in Nuh, drones deployed for surveillance amid Hindu outfit's 'Shobha yatra' call
On August 13, the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat gave a call to resume the Brij Mandal Shobha Yatra in Nuh on August 28 which was disrupted by the communal clashes in July.
At least six people were killed, including two Home Guard personnel, while more than 80 people sustained injuries in the communal clashes that erupted in Nuh on July 31.
Sixteen farm bodies had given the call for staging a demonstration here to seek compensation for losses caused by floods. Farmers are demanding a package of Rs 50,000 crore from the Centre.
The accused opened fire at the police and in retaliatory firing, he received a bullet injury in his leg, the police said, adding the accused was nabbed and placed under arrest.
According to police, the infant's umbilical cord was also attached to it, which indicated that she was thrown into the drain soon after birth.
No structure razed against law, demolitions not remotely case of ethnic cleansing: Haryana government
The demolition drive was started days after communal clashes broke out in Nuh on July 31 after a Vishva Hindu Parishad procession was pelted with stones.
As many as five toilets were designated for use by transgender persons at various locations in the High Court premises.
As many as 101 women advocates signed the letter seeking urgent and expeditious directions to Haryana to prevent incidents of hate speech and to take action.
Following the violence on July 31, mobile internet service was completely stopped by the government till 8 August. The suspension was then extended till 13 August.
Mahapanchayat decides to resume yatra in Haryana’s Nuh on Aug 28
Police said a gathering of around 500 people has been allowed for the mahapanchayat and strict action will be taken if anyone makes any kind of hate speech.
The SC was hearing a plea over alleged hate speeches targeting a particular community in Haryana, Delhi, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.
"As the matter came up for hearing on Friday, the government apprised the court that "it is not at all a matter of ethnic cleansing".