Internet service was stopped at several places in Delhi NCR on Tuesday due to the fierce demonstration of farmers agitating against the new agricultural laws of the Center, which is still continuing. Many people have given information about internet closure on social media. The government has taken this step so that no rumors spread during the movement and everything is under control. Internet service has not been restored on Wednesday also, due to the shutdown of the internet, people and children doing work from home are having difficulty in attending online class.
Actually, on the orders of the government, internet services have been stopped in some areas of NCR including Sector 34 of Noida. Apart from this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has also ordered the internet to be closed at the Singhu border connecting Delhi and Haryana. Along with this, the Ministry has also asked to stop internet service at Ghazipur Border, Tikari Border, Mukarba Chowk and Nangloi till further orders. Apart from this, telecom service will be closed till 5 pm on Wednesday in Sonipat, Jhajjar and Palwal in Haryana.
Along with this, Jio has also given information about this by messaging his customers. Jio has given information about this by messaging his customers living in some areas of Delhi NCR. The company has written in its message that “As per the government directive, the internet services in your area have been temporarily stopped, due to which you are not able to use these services right now. These services will be started only after getting instructions from the government. ”
Apart from Jio, service of other telecom network is also disrupted in many areas of Delhi NCR. People are also complaining about the internet being shut down on Twitter.
Action taken due to raging farmer movement
On the 62nd day of the movement against the new agricultural laws, farmers were taking out tractor marches from different borders. A route had already been set for this, which the farmers did not accept. There were reports of violence and sabotage at many places. The farmers were allowed to take out the tractor march from 12 o’clock, but the march also started before the farmers, which the police failed to stop. The farmers are not even listening to their leaders. In view of the circumstances, the Delhi Metro has closed the entry and exit gates of many stations.