Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests: Agitation intensifies in Bengal, internet suspended

Meanwhile, the services had been suspended at 5 districts of West Bengal, amid violent protests contrary to the amended Citizenship Act round their country, '' a senior administration officer mentioned.

Kolkata, Dec 15:''  Sporadic episodes of violence had been documented by Nadia, North 24 Parganas and also Howrah areas of West Bengal that will be watching protests contrary to the amended Citizenship Act, authorities claimed on Sunday.  Protesters have obstructed many vital roadways in Amdanga and also Kalyani are as of North 24 Parganas and Nadia districts.  They additionally blocked roadways and railroad tracks in a variety of channels of their districts, so law enforcement mentioned.
As stated by the state, the us government has opted to shut-down Web products and services in Malda, Murshidabad, Howrah, North 24 Parganas and portions of all South 24 Parganas districts to stop rumour-mongering and flow of bogus information, notably on societal networking.

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"We experienced a exact brief moment.  However, then we briefed him in regards to the continuing violence and arson from their country for that past few times.  We've informed PM Modi, by what means their nation is doing nothing at all to restrain the circumstance," Roy Chowdhury stated.
Protests continued in different regions of their country for its next successive day since episodes of violence had been documented by Nadia, Birbhum, North 24 Parganas and also Howrah districts.
Three railroad channels were put on flame Saturday and also at 25 buses are torched. 

Even the delegation, headed by celebration country overall secretary Biswapriya Roy Chowdhury, fulfilled Modi in Andal airport terminal at Paschim Bardhaman area at which he'd a stop over in his own method into Jharkhand's Dumka to a election rally.
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