Internet service banned in 14 districts of Haryana till 1 February

Haryana, 31/1 (AO Bureau): In view of the Farmer Protest, the BJP government of Haryana (Haryana) has extended the time limit for the internet ban. The Khattar government has now decided to shut down the internet by 5 pm on 1 February. Internet service ban in 14 districts of the state will be closed during this period. Earlier, internet services were banned in 17 districts with immediate effect. The districts where this ban has been imposed include Ambala, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal, Panipat, Hisar, Jind, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Fatehabad, Rewari, and Sirsa. It was decided to stop all internet services except voice calls in these districts till 5 January 30, 2021. Let us tell you that internet services are already banned in Sonipat, Palwal, and Jhajjar.

Here, various Khap Panchayats of Haryana decided to use loudspeakers to convey their talk to the farmers of all these 17 districts after the government’s decision to ban the internet. According to the report of the English newspaper Indian Express, the heads of 17 Khap panchayats of the Jind district have installed loudspeakers to convey their concerns on agricultural laws to the farmers. Through this, farmer leaders can easily reach 306 villages of the district. These loudspeakers are installed on the temples of these villages so that the khap panchayats can reach the farmers easily. Please tell that thousands of farmers joined the Khap Panchayat near the toll plaza on the Jind-Patiala highway, in which a large number of women were also seen.

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