Internet Restrictions In Kashmir Will Be Lifted At Appropriate Time: Amit Shah
Wednesday,20 November 2019 08:03 AM IST
New Delhi; A decision to restore internet services in Kashmir-where the internet has been snapped for more than 100 days will be taken when the "local administration is informed," said Union Home Minister Amit Shah in parliament today, adding that no one has died in Jammu and Kashmir as a result of police firing since 5 August when the government made the big announcement of ending Jammu and Kashmir's special status. We heard leaders say that on Srinagar's streets there would be blood bath, but nothing of this kind happened. I'm happy that not one person died as a result of police shooting, "said the Home Minister. He also said that the number of stone-throwing incidents has fallen from 805 to 544. The central government had ended Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5 and split it into two union territories - Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
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