Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) (India), Feb 11 (ANI): 2G mobile internet services, which were snapped in the Kashmir Valley earlier today as a precautionary measure in view of the death anniversary.
SRINAGAR — Internet services in Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital, Srinagar were restored after several hours of its snapping on Sunday morning. Official sources said that the internet services were suspended amid intelligence inputs about the possibility of a militant attack on strategic highway on which civilian movement will be barred today as per the government’s directive to keep.
The Supreme Court on Monday while delivering its judgment on various pleas seeking restoration of 4G internet services in Jammu and Kashmir asked the Centre to constitute a committee of Secretaries of State and Centre. The Committee which will be headed by the MHA Secretary will take into considerations the points raised by the petitioners.
Senior Cyber Police official told the Rising Kashmir “High speed 3G and 4G internet services likely to be restored late evening.” People were able to access social media sites through VPN applications rendering the social media ban useless, the ban was imposed in April over 22 popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp.
Hours after the Supreme Court ruled out that 4G internet services should be restored in Jammu and Kashmir, mobile internet services were started but at 2G speed.
The court was hearing various pleas for restoration of 4G internet services in Jammu and Kashmir claiming that the 2G internet services are not sufficient enough to conduct education and other.
Mobile internet services at 2G speed were restored in the Kashmir valley, except Pulwama and Shopian districts, hours after the Supreme Court ruled out the immediate restoration of 4G services in.
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Srinagar: The 4G internet services will be restored this week in J-K after the state government made a formal request to Home Ministry for its restoration. A top official in Home Ministry who wished not to be named informed that LG administration has formally written to Home Ministry regarding the restoration of 4G internet services.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) (India), May 12 (ANI): 2G mobile data services have been restored in the Kashmir Valley, except in Pulwama and Shopian districts, on Tuesday. The services were snapped on May12 after top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Riyaz Naikoo and another terrorist were killed by security.
Mobile internet services at 2G speed were restored in the Kashmir valley, except Pulwama and Shopian districts, hours after the Supreme Court ruled out immediate restoration of 4G services in Jammu and Kashmir. 2G internet services on mobile platforms were restored in eight of the 10 districts of Kashmir late on Monday night, five days after the services were suspended in the wake of the.
Srinagar In the wake of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Government of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir must restore full access to internet services in the region of Jammu and Kashmir and ensure that people have full access to health and safety-related information, said Amnesty Internat.
On Friday, 13 March, there were some media reports saying high-speed 4G internet services would be restored in Kashmir to keep people occupied at home in view of the global pandemic COVID-19.
Also Read: 4G Internet Restoration New Update In Jammu Kashmir Sources in the administration, however, said that the BSNL cellular company was already asked to restore the broadband services in the Valley, but the delay in restoring the services was due to blocking the social media sites.
During the hearing in the Supreme Court on the demand for 4G Internet restoration in Jammu and Kashmir, the Central Government clearly stated that the security of the country is paramount for the government. The decision of the Internet is related to the security of the country. The Supreme Court should not interfere in such a case.The irony is that internet service in Jammu and Kashmir is 2G. It is really sad to have to demand 4G internet services in 2020 when the rest of the world is shifting towards 5G. We all know the importance of the Internet in our day-to-day life. It has almost become an inevitable part of our daily lives.National Conference president and Srinagar MP, Farooq Abdullah on Thursday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking restoration of 4G Internet services in Kashmir which remain blocked since.