Reduced to 2 G in rest of Valley

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 10/9/2018 12:45:39 AM

Mobile internet snapped in south Kashmir

SRINAGAR, Oct 8: On the first phase of municipal polls today, the mobile internet service was suspended in south Kashmir. Its speed was reduced to 2G in rest of the Kashmir.
An official said the mobile internet services were suspended in south Kashmir in the view of the first phase of urban local bodies’ polls.
He said the mobile internet speed has been reduced to 2G in other parts of the Kashmir valley as a “precautionary measure” to maintain law and order.
422 wards out of a total municipal 1145 in the state went to polls during the first phase of local bodies’ election which began at 7.00 AM.
Polling was held in the districts of Anantnag (four wards), Budgam (onr ward), Bandipora (16) wards, Baramulla (15), Jammu (153), Kargil (13), Kupwara (18), Leh (13), Poonch (26), Rajouri (59) and Srinagar (three wards).

 

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