Post-paid mobile telephone services restored in Kashmir
Post-paid mobile telephone services have been restored in Kashmir after six days-long suspension.
Officials said that the mobile telephone services across all networks were restored around 11 a.m.
However, outgoing call facility on prepaid phones have not been restored yet.
The mobile phone services in the valley were suspended on August 13, 2016 as part of tightening security measures ahead of Independence Day celebrations.
The curfew remained in force in the valley where 64 persons have been killed over the past 43 days.
“Curfew is in force in entire Srinagar district, Anantnag town and Pampore town as a precautionary measure,” a police official said.
The separatist leaders have called for an “Azadi march” to district headquarters on Saturday.
The camp, in the leadership of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik, has decided to extend the agitation till August 25, 2016.
The prevailing unrest affected the normal life for the 43rd consecutive day as the curfew and restriction prevented people from stepping outside of their house.