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Saturday, 12 October 2019

Postpaid mobile will work in Kashmir valley from Monday afternoon

Postpaid mobile will work in Kashmir valley from Monday afternoon

Postpaid mobile phone service will start functioning in India-administered Kashmir from Monday. Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal has given this information.

Rohit Kansal told the press conference in Srinagar on Saturday that after reviewing the situation, it was decided to restore mobile phone service in the remaining parts of Jammu and Kashmir.

All the postpaid mobile phones of the telecom operators will start working on Monday i.e. 14 October 2019 at 12 noon. This decision will be effective in all 10 districts of the valley.

Shahid Chaudhary, Development Commissioner, Srinagar tweeted, "Telephone network will be almost normal in Kashmir from Monday. If you leave politics, then from the world's most important newsrooms and to the UN General Assembly, this is the biggest concern for everyone from last 5 August Was. We hope that the Internet facility is restored soon. "

Our colleague in Srinagar, Majid Jahangir told that internet service is still stalled in the valley. In addition to mobile Internet, broadband services are also included.

Mobile network and landline services across Jammu and Kashmir were stopped on August 5, citing security concerns in the area after Article 370 was disregarded by the Indian government.

The landline service was restored in a phased manner, but the ban on mobile services was still in force in various areas of the valley.

Three weeks after Article 370 was neutralized, mobile postpaid service was restored in districts like Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban, Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu.

On September 12, Principal Secretary Kansal had said that some mobile phones have been started in Kupwara and Handwara. Restrictions were continuing in the remaining areas.

'No restriction in 99 percent valley'

Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal has said that there is no restriction on movement in 99 percent of the areas of the valley. He said that landline phones are also working perfectly.

Rohit Kansal called the extremist organizations responsible for the closure of shops and lack of means of transport. He said that these organizations do not want peace in the valley so people are not opening shops due to their fear.

The Principal Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir also said that in the coming days, apple of high quality will reach the market and now the gardeners will get good prices under the central government scheme.

On October 10, the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir withdrew the security advisory issued to tourists. The administration also said that tourists who are willing to roam in this area will be provided necessary assistance including transportation. Two days later, it has been decided to restore mobile phone service.

On August 5, the Government of India abolished the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and divided the state into two union territories. After this, the Center had said that the people of the state will get constitutional benefits like the rest of the country and the state will develop.

After the removal of Article 370, the Central Government imposed restrictions on a wide scale to prevent any reaction. Apart from disrupting the internet and other communication services, the leaders were detained, tourists were asked to leave the state and additional security forces were deployed.

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