The government of Harayana imposed a ban on internet services and bulk SMS in Ambala Sadar, Panjokhra and Naggal regions of Ambala from February 28 to February 29 even as the farmers continue to protest at the borders. Recently, mobile internet services were restored on Sunday (February 25).  

It shall remain in force from February 28 (00.01 hrs) to February 29 (23:59 hrs), according to the order. The decision was taken following a request received from the Ambala deputy commissioner on February 26 in view of the

farmers' protest.

"Whereas there is a clear potential of disruption of public utilities, damage to public assets and amenities and disturbance of public law and order in district Ambala on account of misuse of internet services by way of spread of inflammatory material and false rumours," according to the order.

Earlier, the Haryana government extended the ban on mobile internet and bulk SMS services in seven districts till February 23 as the stalemate between farmer leaders and the Centre continues.

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