Jammu, July 12: The Jammu administration lifted the ban on Internet service which was in effect following the Amamrnath Yatra attack. Due to blanket ban on Internet, a number of activities in Jammu had come to a halt.
However, Internet and broadband services in the Kashmir region have still been restricted as a precautionary measure following the killing of Amarnath Yatris in the Kashmir Valley, officials told a news gathering agency.
Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called for a Jammu ‘bandh’ today to pay respect and homage to the deceased Yatris. Opposition National Conference has supported the bandh call.
Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, were restored today after 36 hours.
“Internet services have been resorted at 1 PM today”, a senior police officer said.
It was suspended at 10 PM on Monday as a precautionary measure following the terror strike.
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