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Internet services to remain barred in Gujarat, during Kejriwal’s Surat rally

Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal is scheduled to begin his two-day visit to Gujarat on Friday. On October 16, Gujrat might witness a huge rally, where Kejriwal will address the crowd in Surat.

There are reports that internet access will be barred from 10 am to 2 pm, keeping Kejriwal’s rally in mind. However, the decision comes in the wake of examination to be held in the state on the same day.

In order to prevent cheating, the internet ban has been imposed. On this issue, Kejriwal-led AAP government has targeted Centre raising suspicion on why the date is coinciding with their Surat rally.

The deputy chief minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia also took a dig at Modi government and wrote on Twitter:

This notification has been issued by the district collector. In the examinations scheduled to be held in Gujarat on Sunday, 1500 secondary centers have been selected by the board. For 4500 vacant posts, 6.76 lakh candidate will appear for the exam.

Kejriwal had earlier expressed concern over the reports of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) disrupting his rally scheduled for October 16.

“BJP to disrupt Surat meeting? Bad for democracy. BJP should not do this. Allow people to discuss their problems at least,” Kejriwal had tweeted on Wednesday.


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