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Haryana violence: Mobile internet back in Nuh, but security heightened for I-Day

Updated on: 15 August,2023 08:16 AM IST  |  Gurugram
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The government, following the violence on July 31, fully suspended mobile internet services until August 8 and then extended until August 13. Six people died in the clashes that erupted in Nuh and spread to adjoining areas. Markets and schools are now open in the violence-affected areas

Haryana violence: Mobile internet back in Nuh, but security heightened for I-Day

Security personnel in Palwal district, near Nuh, in Haryana, on Sunday. Representation pic

Mobile internet services were restored in Nuh on Monday as police stepped up security ahead of Independence Day in the Haryana district where communal clashes broke out two weeks ago, police said.


The government, following the violence on July 31, fully suspended mobile internet services until August 8 and then extended until August 13. Six people died in the clashes that erupted in Nuh and spread to adjoining areas. Markets and schools are now open in the violence-affected areas. 


Preparations are on for Independence Day celebrations. Nuh police appealed to the public not to pay heed to rumours. Barricades have been erected, police check-points and patrol units are on the lookout for anti-social elements. 


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