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Court issued notice to Punjab and Center on Reliance Jio’s appeal

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Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Government of Punjab and Union Ministry of Home Affairs on a petition filed by Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL), a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). Instructions have been given to take action. The company had filed a petition in the court regarding the threats made to the employees due to the vandalism done with the infrastructure and some vested interests.

The High Court has asked the governments to reply by February 8, the next hearing of the case will be held on this day. RJIL on Monday approached the High Court against vested interests and acts of vandalism by business rivals in the name of farmers’ agitation, which resulted in damage to mobile towers and forced closure of Jio Centers. It was said. The company has made the Punjab government a respondent in the case through its Chief Secretary, Union Ministry of Home Affairs and Department of Telecommunications.

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Punjab government has deployed patrol teamsDuring the hearing on Tuesday, Advocate General Atul Nanda of Punjab told the court that the state government has deployed 1,019 patrol teams and 22 nodal officers to assess and protect the damage to the Jio mobile towers. Solicitor General of India Satyapal Jain represented the central government in the court.

More than 1500 mobile towers in Punjab were damaged during protests against the Center’s three agricultural laws.

It has been said in the petition that due to the propaganda campaign being carried out by vested interests, the business and the assets of the petitioner are being targeted by the miscreants. As a result of vested interests and illegal activities of miscreants, the infrastructure of the petitioner in Punjab has suffered severe damage, causing loss of hundreds of crores of rupees.

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According to the petition, some people are engaged in spreading such false rumors towards the petitioner and its parent company Reliance Industries that the petitioner and its associates will benefit from the agricultural laws recently passed by the Parliament.

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At the same time, dismissing rumors of benefiting from three agrarian reform laws passed by the central government, Reliance said on Monday that it had no plans to enter into contract or corporate farming business, and has never done corporate farming or contract We have not bought agricultural land for farming and there is no plan to do so in future also.

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