West Bengal: Net suspended in Howrah after protests over remarks on Prophet Muhammad
Reported By: | Edited By: DNA Net Group |Source: DNA Net Desk |Updated: Jun 10, 2022, 09: 59 PM IST
The West Bengal authorities Friday suspended web products and companies in Howrah after protests over remarks on Prophet Muhammad by suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma turned violent.
The on-line products and companies had been suspended unless Monday, June 13. Net ban has been imposed within the house below the jurisdiction of the Howrah Police Commissionerate (urban dwelling) and Howrah Police (Rural).
Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has demanded that the Indian Navy be introduced in to govern the protesters who’re blockading roads and railway tracks in diverse parts of Howrah district.
The agitators clashed with police personnel at Dhulagarh, Panchla and Uluberia as soon as they tried to web the blockade on a nationwide highway stretch, a police officer said.
Apart from, protests also erupted in other cities towards the controversial remarks. In Delhi, a large jabber took role at Jama Masjid after Friday prayers.
Just a few incidents of violence including sloganeering and stone-pelting were also reported true via protests in diverse parts of Uttar Pradesh. A clash erupted in Prayagaraj between police and protesters. Stones were also hurled true via clashes within the Atala dwelling of Uttar Pradesh`s Prayagaraj.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed to eradicate strict action towards hooligans after incidents of stone-pelting broke out in diverse parts of the suppose.
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