Internet Services Banned In Kashmir Valley For Two Days

Keeping in mind the primary goal to avoid transferring of inappropriate posts and pictures on Social networking sites, government authorities on Thursday have chosen to halt Internet services on cell phones for two days in the Kashmir Valley.

Despite the fact that there has been no official announcement on suspension of internet services over mobile phones from either the service providers or the government has not surfaced yet, very put sources in state intelligence affirmed to media that these administration will stay suspended for two days starting Friday morning.

No Internet for Two days in Kashmir

“In order to prevent anti-social elements from uploading inflammatory posts and pictures that could stoke communal passions, it has been decided to suspend Internet services on mobile phone for two days,” one of the intelligence personnel stated.

The ousting of services has underwent against social elements from transferring posts and pictures amid the Eid celebration on Friday. Since the state high court re-attested strict consistence of a 1982 procurement of the Ranbir Penal Code prior this month with respect to restriction on butchering, deal or ownership of meat in Jammu and Kashmir, an open debate has been seething on the online networking whether such a boycott adds up to interference in religious privileges of the dominant part Muslim group here.

Hardline separatist Leader Syed Ali Geelani in an statement has likewise spoke to Muslims not to any demonstration amid the Eid celebration that can hurt the religious feelings of different groups.