2G mobile internet snapped, restored in Kashmir

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 2/14/2020 4:49:03 PM

SRINAGAR, Feb 13: 2G mobile internet which was suspended last night in Kashmir was restored this morning. However, the speed is very slow.
The 2G mobile internet was suspended last night following rumours regarding deterioration in the health of senior separatist leader and Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani. Later, Geelani's family clarified that his condition is stable even as he is ill.
This morning the authorities restored the 2G mobile internet. But the speed is very slow.
Officials said on Thursday that “adequate number” of security forces have been deployed at vulnerable places in Kashmir to maintain law and order and prevent miscreants from fomenting any trouble.
The wire.in quoted officials as saying that “adequate number” of security forces have been deployed at vulnerable places in Kashmir to maintain law and order and prevent miscreants from fomenting any trouble.
On Wednesday evening, the Pakistan office of the All Party Hurriyat Conference issued a press release stating that Geelani, who is under house arrest, is not responding to treatment. “In addition to the general physical weakness he has been experiencing for some time now, his chest infection is not satisfactorily responding to treatment. Thus, a state of complete uncertainty prevails,” said the press note dated February 12.
The Hurriyat press release, signed by Saiyyed Abdullah Gilani in Islamabad, further asserted, “So under these circumstances we can only pray and hope for the best and, at the same time. remain prepared for the worst”.
Claiming that the government will impose total curfew and block all communication after Geelani’s death, the Hurriyat release stated that people should “immediately rush towards Eidgah where the funeral will be held”. A detailed route plan was also attached for people to attend the funeral.

 

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