Sunday, September 27, 2015

Internet ban continues in Jammu and Kashmir today

Srinagar: The authorities, today, continue ban on Internet services in the Jammu and Kashmir.
Inspector General of Police of Kashmir wrote a letter to all service providers to continue termination of data services, today.

Reacting to the ban, former Chief Minister of the territory, Omar Abdullah in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the PDP-BJP puppet regime was pushing the people to the dark ages.
The directive by police to all service providers, which came on the eve of Eid, comes amidst the controversy over beef ban.

In the order, the service providers were directed to snap all data services.

"In view of the apprehension of misuse of data services (GPRS/2G/3G) by anti-national elements, which is likely to cause deterioration in law and order situation, you are requested to completely snap down the data services through GPRS/2G/3G and broadband till 2pm of September 27".

The ban, which was to end at 10pm on Saturday, has been imposed on internet so that no videos are uploaded and social networking sites are not accessible.