Day after India 'eases' restrictions in Kashmir, internet services snapped again in Jammu districts to curb 'rumour mongering'
As the Narendra Modi-led government is attempting to bring back normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir after it announced that the restrictions put in place to ensure peace in the restive state would be "gradually" lifted, "region by region", the government has once again snapped mobile internet services in the Jammu region.
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Mobile internet services were restored in Kashmir on Sunday, a day after they were suspended as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order.
The mobile Internet services were partially restored in the Kashmir Valley on Wednesday as the day passed off peacefully.
Mobile Internet services have been restored in Jammu region, after a 17-day-long ban that was imposed after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani during an encounter with security forces in South Kashmir on 8 July.
Bharti Airtel, headed by Indian billionaire Sunil Mittal, said total revenues rose 8.4 percent to 249.6 billion rupees.
Mobile internet services were restored in Kashmir on Monday after the minor girl told the chief judicial magistratet hat she was not molested by any Army soldier