HC rejects plea claiming telecom services illegally stopped during Delhi protests

New Delhi, Dec 25: The Delhi High Court declined to entertain a plea which alleged that telecom services were disrupted in various parts of the national capital during the anti-citizenship law protests in violation of rules. A bench of Chief Justice

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