UP: Internet services have been restored in Saharanpur after 33 hours

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Saharanpur (UP) Internet services, which were suspended on Monday as a precaution after the Gurjar community took out the Samrat Mihirbhoj Gurjar Gaurav Yatra in violation of prohibitory orders, have now been restored. An officer gave this information.

The official said that internet services, which remained suspended for about 33 hours, were restored late on Tuesday night. Banking services, online payments, railway and roadways ticket booking and functioning of government offices were severely affected due to the suspension of internet services.

In opposition to this visit, the other party blocked the road by forming a human chain, due to which tension arose in the area. On this, the District Magistrate Dr. Dinesh ordered to stop the internet services. Officials said that the Gurjar community’s yatra was opposed by the Rajput community and the administration refused permission to carry out the yatra to avoid any kind of conflict between the two communities.


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