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May 29, 2020

India extends gag on 4G in Kashmir

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May 29, 2020

ISLAMABAD: Indian authorities have extended the ban on 4G internet service in Indian occupied Kashmir amid a worsening coronavirus outbreak in the disputed territory.

An order, issued by occupied Kashmir Home Department Principal Secretary Shaleen Kabra, said the gag on 4G internet connectivity would continue till the 17th June or until further orders, Kashmir Media Service reported. The Narendra Modi-led government in New Delhi had suspended internet and mobile phone services in occupied Kashmir on August 5 last year when it revoked the special status of the territory and placed it under lockdown.