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Bangladesh discontinued internet service in border areas adjacent to India

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Bangladesh discontinued internet service in border areas adjacent to India.

Bangladesh has shut down mobile internet service in its border areas adjacent to India for security reasons.

Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission said that Bangladesh shut down mobile internet service for security reasons.

Bangladesh and Indias’ border is spread over 4,000 kilometres.

It is feared that the controversial citizenship law in India could lead to the migration of Muslims to Bangladesh.

Related: United Nation must pressurized India to abolish controversial citizenship bill: OIC

Protests against controversial citizenship law are taking place across India, during which more than 20 people have been killed.

It should be noted that the controversial citizenship bill was approved by the lower house of the Indian parliament (Lok Sabha) on December 9, 2019, and the upper house (Rajya Sabha) on December 11, after which it was formerly part of the law after the signing of Indian President Ram Nath Kovind.

Under the controversial bill, non-Muslims going to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be given Indian citizenship but Muslims are excluded from this.

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