Many of us know that it’s been almost two months since the farmers are in ongoing protest. And it all happened because they are not satisfied with the New agriculture laws imposed by the government. And in regards to this, the protesting farmers also created chaos, due to which the borders were also sealed. The farmers, who want the Centre to withdraw the three farm laws also caused inconvenience to the public due to their protest.
Now today on 26th January, when we all celebrate Republic day these farmers were also given permission to take their tractor rally after the Republic Day parade in Delhi. But no one knew that the rally will become so violent that it will go out of control. Infact the things got so worse that many police officials were seriously injured and one protester was also killed. After things got worse and the farmers spread riots the police asked the farmers to maintain peace and return to the predecided routes. But the situation turned violent.
Soon after this all happened to avoid further violence and as a precautionary measure, the Ministry of Home Affairs ordered to suspend internet services in Noida Sector 34, Tikri, Singhu, Ghazipur borders, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi, and the nearby areas till 23:59 hours (11:59 pm).
Let us tell you that last time the nation Capital saw such temporary internet service suspension during the north-east Delhi riots in February last year. But this year the order was issued with the approval of the Union home secretary, to control the situation. And therefore these five protest hubs experienced temporary suspension of internet services.