In the Nuh district, the communal violence intensified after an angry mob burnt down shops and damaged properties. The heavy police force has been deployed in the disturbed region of Haryana, Gurugram and the National Capital Region (NCR.) In addition, 44 First Information reports (FIRs) have been registered with the arrest of 80 people so far. Furthermore, besides Haryana, section 144 has been imposed in Rajasthan's Alwar region till August… read-more
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Amid the ongoing violent situation in Haryana's Nuh district, the internet has been suspended for the next three days, till August 2. Furthermore, a curfew and section 144 have been imposed in the region, restricting any religious or political gathering. Notably, on July 31, a communal clash broke out between two communities, during a religious procession. The tragedy turned violent killing four people, and injured several others.
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Haryana violence erupted due to communal clash intensified, leading to the death of four people and leaving as many as thirty people injured. On August 1, the police confirmed that they have registered an FIR and arrested a few accused in the violence. Furthermore, the situation is disturbed as a mob attacked the mosque and burnt it down. In addition, internet services are also suspended in the region.
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Amid the ongoing violence and protests in Manipur, the ruling government and police suspended internet services for the next five days. In addition, approximately 40,000 police personnel were deployed in the northeastern state, to control the situation, which is said to be out of hand for the ruling BJP. The violence started with a protest of tribals of Manipur against the non-tribals, demanding Meiteis, demanding ST status.
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The massive crackdown of Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh, by the Punjab Police is still underway. Notably, Singh who was tracked after hours of search, once again fled the police. After Singh's escape, the search operation entered the fourth day on March 21. While Amritpal's uncle Harjit Singh and driver Harpreet Singh have surrenders, Amritpal is yet to be found. Moreover, to control the situation, the Punjab government extended internet… read-more
All mobile internet services, all SMS (except banking and recharges) services have been suspended in the region of Punjab province, until March 21. The Department of Home Affairs and Justice, Government of Punjab took the decision in view of the interest of the public and the safety of Punjab citizens. Recently, the Punjab Police arrested Khalistani terrorist Amrit Pal Singh, which led to a protest in Punjab.
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Amritpal Singh, a self styled radical Sikh preacher and Khalistan sympathiser, has been detained in Punjab India. On March 18, after a dramatic chase, the Punjab Police arrested Singh, who is a wanted Khalistani terrorist. Moreover, after the arrest, the Punjab Police also suspended internet services in many regions, including Sahkot, where the followers of Singh were approaching people to gather and support Amritpal, demanding his release.… read-more
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Internet has been suspended for five days, and section 144 of CrPC has been imposed in Manipur over law and order concerns. The move has come after an incident in Bishnupur district, where an eco van was set ablaze in the Phougakchao lkhang area by three-four youths. The internet has been suspended to counter "rumor-mongers", and stop the spread of hatred and photos through social media.
Curfew Announced In 2 Villages, Internet Suspended After Violent Protests Against Eid Cow Slaughter: Rajasthan
In Rajasthan's Hanumangarh, police detained 45 persons including a woman after protests turned violent. Also, a curfew has been imposed in two adjoining villages to bring the situation under control. Internet services have also been suspended to curb the spread of fake news. Reportedly, protests broke out demanding action against those involved in cow slaughter on Eid (July 11). The protest witnessed stone-pelting and baton charge.
In Udaipur, the curfew has been relaxed for 10-hours on July 3, amid the Udaipur Tailor Murder case. As per sources, the situation is becoming normal in the city, due to which the situation is returning to normal, which resulted to curfew relax timing, 6 am- 10 pm. In addition, markets also opened with routine activities. However, the internet is still suspended, in effect since the murder of Kanhaiya Lal.
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