Update on December 20: People in parts of Delhi complained about an internet shutdown today, even though the official order for suspending internet services was to be adhered to till 1 pm on December 19. Twitter user Kishi Arora said that there was no internet service in East Delhi at 4 am, due to government orders. Interestingly, per the official circular which surfaced yesterday, East Delhi wasn't a part of the areas that telecom operators had to ban mobile internet in. https://twitter.com/kishiarora/status/1207886315372433408?s=09 A resident of East Delhi's Vivek Vihar told MediaNama that there was an internet outage in the area between 8 am to 11 am, and that "it was so scary". Internet services in the Ghaziabad area were also snapped at 10 pm on December 19, for 24 hours. Multiple people took to Twitter to complain about the internet shutdown in the area. Telecom operator Jio told its customers in Ghaziabad that internet services have been temporarily stopped in their area, according to news agency PTI. Earlier on December 19: Airtel and Vodafone Idea have both confirmed that the government has ordered an internet shutdown along with voice and SMS service suspension in parts of Delhi NCR. Twitter users have complained about the shutdown pertaining to the ITO, New Seelampur area, and the India Gate area. The Delhi police’s old headquarters are located in the ITO area, while the New Seelampur area saw protests erupt against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act yesterday. Airtel, in a tweet, confirmed that voice,…
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