Published On: Sun, Aug 18th, 2019

Mobile Internet services withdrawn again in five districts of Jammu

After a day of restoring low-speed mobile Internet services in Jammu and Kashmir the facility has again been snapped from five districs in the state on Sunday.

According to J&K police official, concerned authorities directed the Internet service providers in the state to snap the services in several places to check rumor-mongering as well as maintain peace and tranquility in the Valley.

The 2G mobile Internet services were restored in Jammu, Samba, Reasi, Udhampur and Kathua districts on Saturday.

On August 4 phone and mobile Internet services were snapped across the state. It was a preparation for revoke of Article 370 from Indian Constitution on August 5.

Article 370 used to provide special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Centre stripped the provision and bifurcated the state in two union territories – J&K and Ladakh.

Just ahead of the measure curfew-like restrictions were put in place in Jammu and Kashmir, but subsequently the limitations were eased.

After the restoration of mobile Internet services in the region the Jammu Inspector General of Police Mukesh Singh warned people not to circulate fake messages or fake videos on social platforms saying strict actions would be taken.

Mobile Internet services withdrawn again in five districts of Jammu

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