Postpaid Mobile Services Restored In Kashmir After 70 Days

Ruben Fields
October 14, 2019

Modi further said that the two parties, Congress and NCP, should stop shedding crocodile tears and it they have the courage then they should take a clear stand on Jammu and Kashmir. However, for now, internet services will be available only at tourist spots. Landlines were allowed to operate last month, and an advisory asking tourists to not travel to the region was lifted earlier this week. The government spokesperson said the imposition of restrictions ensured that no lives were lost to terrorism.

As mobile phones are the most preferred way for hate mongers to spread lies, local police will also keep an eye on fake news, messages created to ignite any kind of unlawful activity in the region.

Facing worldwide pressure to ease people's suffering and restore normal life, Indian authorities announced this past week that they would allow tourists back into the region after ordering them to leave in August because of security concerns. He also said that telephone lines were being used by terrorists for mobilisation and carrying out attacks."People used to make noise that there is no telephone". The move to block all calls and internet services causing severe inconvenience to lakhs of people in the state had come under severe criticism both within the country as well as from global circles.

"It is a relief", said Mohammad Akram, a trader.

Kansal said all those detained would be released gradually after their cases are reviewed.

Restrictions were imposed after the Centre on August 5 abrogated the state's special status and bifurcated it into Union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, which will come into being on October 31.

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Another former chief minister and sitting Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar Farooq Abdullah has been arrested under the controversial Public Safety Act, a law enacted by his father and National Conference founder Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah in 1978 when he was the chief minister.

"These will help us remain in touch with tourists who intend to visit Kashmir in autumn and winter", stated a hotelier in Srinagar.

Few vendors set up stalls on the TRC Chowk-Lal Chowk road here.

After colleges, faculties and universities have been reopened within the valley, there was little or no attendance of scholars in these establishments.

Though cell phone providers have been obtainable in Jammu and Ladakh area of the state throughout this era, it continued to stay suspended within the valley since August 5.

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