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Now internet services suspended in Bhilwara City of Rajasthan, know the reason

Now internet services suspended in Bhilwara City of Rajasthan, know the reason
Written by Arindam
Now internet services suspended in Bhilwara City of Rajasthan, know the reason

Internet services have been suspended in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara city for 24 hours. The incident took place on Wednesday night in Sanganer area. It is being told that this step has been taken after some unidentified people attacked two persons and set their bikes on fire. Bhilwara District Collector Ashish Modi said that an incident was reported in Sanganer area last night. He told that two people who were having food were attacked by some unidentified people. His bike was also set on fire. The matter is under investigation.

A government official said that one person suffered minor injuries in the incident, while the other suffered a head injury and is in a stable condition. The district administration along with the police is examining the footage of the surrounding CCTV cameras. The District Collector of Bhilwara has appealed to the people not to pay heed to rumors and maintain peace in the area. The matter is under investigation.

In the past, internet services were suspended in Jodhpur after stone-pelting between two communities. The police had to lathi-charge after a clash between two communities in Jodhpur’s Jalori Gate area. This incident happened just before Eid and now internet services have to be suspended in another district of the state.

The incident in Jodhpur was described as unfortunate by the Chief Minister of the state, Ashok Gehlot. He directed the administration to maintain law and order in the area. The CM appealed to all parties to maintain peace. Many more eminent people belonging to Jodhpur had also asked the people to maintain peace and order.

Internet services were also suspended in Punjab’s Patiala district late last month. The government had suspended mobile internet and SMS services after four people were injured in clashes between two groups over an anti-Khalistan march. However, voice calls were allowed.

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