Ban on Internet removed in 7 districts of Haryana


In many districts of Haryana, Internet service was stopped on February 10 due to farmers' agitation in many areas of the state and now it has been restored in many areas. People have got a big relief with the start of internet service. Let us tell you that internet services were stopped in seven districts of Haryana, Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad, Sirsa.

Apart from this, another action has been taken by the government amid the farmers movement. The Facebook page of Kisan Mazdoor Morcha, which is leading the front, has been closed. Along with this, 7 posts on the person's Instagram account have also been banned.

At the same time, farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher said that today is the 13th day of the march in Shambhu and Khanuri. Today we will hold a conference on both the borders as the WTO will be discussed. There will be a discussion about this with intellectuals and ordinary farmers from their own stage. We have demanded from the Government of India that the Government should bring the agriculture sector to WTO. taken out of A press conference will be held about this in the evening.

He said that effigies larger than 20 feet will be blown on both the borders on the afternoon of 26th. On February 27 Kisan Mazdoor Morcha, SKM (Non-Political) will hold a meeting of all its leaders across the country. Both forums will sit and discuss on February 28. The next step will be decided on February 29. We are demanding Prime Minister Modi to speak on what is happening to the farmers.”

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In view of farmers' march towards Delhi, Tikri border and Singhu border of Delhi, which were closed for 11 days, have been temporarily opened. Containers and stones placed on Tikri border were removed by Delhi Police. Although initially one sided road has been opened. Apart from this, side traffic has also started at Jharoda border.

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