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Internet services suspended in some parts of Delhi-NCR

Internet services have been suspended in some parts of Delhi-NCR in view of the law and order situation caused by chaotic protests by farmers.

India TV News Desk Edited by: India TV News Desk
New Delhi Updated on: January 26, 2021 16:59 IST
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BREAKING: Internet services suspended in some parts of Delhi-NCR

Internet services have been suspended in some parts of Delhi-NCR in view of the law and order situation caused by chaotic protests by farmers. 

The services will remain affected at Singhu border, Ghazipur border, Tikri border, Mukarba Chowk and Nangloi till midnight.

A government order sent to telecom service providers directed the temporary suspension of internet services in areas of Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk and Nangloi and their adjoining areas in the NCT of Delhi from 12.00 hours to 23.59 hours on the Republic Day, according to the Department of Telecom.

"Government has invoked Temporary Suspension of Telecom Sevices (Public Emergency or Public Safety) Rules, 2017 in the interest of maintaining public safety and averting public emergency to suspend internet services in areas closer to farmers protest sites," a source told PTI.

Protesting farmers on Tuesday clashed with police at several places in the national capital and entered the iconic Red Fort and ITO in the heart of national capital, with hundreds of them deviating from pre-decided routes, prompting security personnel to resort to lathicharge and tear gas.

A section of protesting farmers on Tuesday entered the Red Fort and hoisted flags from some domes of the iconic monument. 

Pushed back by the police form the ITO in Central Delhi a section of the protesting farmers drove their tractors to Red Fort complex.

The crowd swelled at the monument as some protesting farmers and 'Nihangs' (traditional Sikh warriors) were seen entering the Red Fort and hoisting a flag from the staff from which prime minister unfurls the tricolour on Independence Day.

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