BKU leader Rakesh Tikait spoke on government suspending internet services in several Haryana districts. Tikait said that it’s an ideological revolution and it doesn't run on phone or WhatsApp. “It’s ideological revolution, it doesn't run on phone or WhatsApp. It is a revolution against the sale of our crops at half the price. Our agitation is going on fine, we won't leave just like that,” he said. Meanwhile, Haryana govt lifted mobile internet curbs from three more districts. Services will, however, continue to remain suspended in Sonipat and Jhajjar districts. Mobile internet services were suspended ‘to prevent disturbance of peace, public order’. Farmers continue to protest against Centre’s new farm laws at different Delhi borders.