Modi’s mistake loses $ 13 billion to India
Modi’s mistake loses $ 13 billion to India |The ongoing protests against the amendment of the citizenship law in India, where talk of ‘walling’ Muslims in India globally, are also having adverse effects on the domestic economy. According to the British news agency, the protests are causing mobile phone companies in India to lose nearly $ 8 million daily because they have to shut down Internet services at the behest of the government.
The main reason for this is to keep the deadlock in occupied Kashmir away from the eyes of the world so that the world does not see India as a terrorist face. Violent protests against the amendment to citizenship law in India are expanding with each new day. From Assam, Bengal, and Delhi, the protest has reached Mumbai, considered the business center of India. And the series does not appear to be stopping yet. It is true that yesterday, the Indian news agency said that protesters had started marching towards the Prime Minister’s House in New Delhi. The protesters were marching towards the Prime Minister’s House with their hands tied to avoid charges of sabotage. The heavy police force was deployed to stop the protests and section 144 was enforced throughout the city. So far 25 people have been killed in police firing in this protest, out of which 21 died in Uttar Pradesh. Mobile phone service was suspended in 21 districts of Uttar Pradesh. Earlier, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, after the Friday prayer, security was alerted to protest against the controversial law of citizenship, internet service was suspended in twelve districts. Aligarh, Kanpur, with high alert Internet service was also suspended, according to Indian media. Twenty-one protesters have been killed so far in protest against the controversial citizenship law. Police have arrested 5,000 people and registered 327 cases. Students of Jamia Millia Islamia announced the protest at 3 am today.