Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders, the internet services in Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri have been suspended to avert any kind of "public emergency".
According to the order issued by the Government of India, the internet services to remain suspended in Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri, and their adjoining areas till 11:59 pm on Saturday "in the interest of maintaining public safety and averting public emergency".
The development came after 'Chakka Jam' concluded successfully. Ahead of the call for nationwide road blockade, heavy security was placed in Delhi to maintain the law and order situation in the national capital.
Chinmoy Biswal, Delhi Police PRO, stated that "'Chakka Jaam' call wasn't for Delhi but in wake of Jan 26 violence, we'd made heavy security arrangements."
"Security was further tightened at Delhi's border areas where farmers are gathered in large numbers. Security forces still deployed there," he added.
The Delhi Police PRO also said that "Wherever we had inputs that some groups of people can execute some incidents (during Chakka Jam), preventive detentions were made in the public interest."
"Some people had reached Shaheedi Park. They were removed from the road so that traffic movement could resume," he said.