Police ask telecom companies to suspend 3G and 4G services in Kashmir Valley


The Jammu and Kashmir police has guided telecom organizations to close their 3G and 4G benefits in the Kashmir Valley as the state experts feel there has been an endeavor to spread dread and show security staff in a terrible light through online recordings. The Jammu and Kashmir Police has guided the telecom organizations to close their 3G and 4G benefits in the Valley, official sources said.

The choice was taken after a few recordings surfaced as of late, some demonstrating neighborhood lawmakers being undermined by activists in different parts of the Valley and others which indicated asserted outrages by Army, police, CRPF or other para-military strengths deputed for Parliamentary by-races.

Authorities said that it gives the idea that such recordings were being circled with a plan to make fear among individuals or demonstrate the security staff in poor light.

Contention topped when a video demonstrating a man fixing to an armed force jeep in Budgam area of focal Kashmir on April 9 surfaced when surveying was in progress for the Srinagar Parliamentary bypoll.

A body of evidence has been enlisted against obscure armed force staff for the demonstration. There were recordings indicating brokers and political pioneers in Pulwama of South Kashmir being debilitated by psychological militants at firearm point. “Such recordings are just gone for making alarm all in all open,” a senior police official said.

Web administrations had been banished in the Valley keeping in view the touchy Srinagar bypoll and were reestablished on April 13.

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