India partially restores 4G Mobile Internet service in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the Kashmir Media Service, the 4G mobile Internet service has been partially restored by the Indian administration in all the districts of Jammu and 4G mobile internet service is still closed in the occupied Kashmir districts.
It should be noted that the curfew has been in forced in the occupied valley for more than 7 months, which has left Kashmiris in need of basic necessities while the use of communication system and internet is also banned.
In addition, the Indian occupation administration on February 19 banned the Proxy Service Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Diplomatic sources say the real challenge right now is the return of Article 370, 35A and the right to self-determination in occupied Kashmir.
India will have to release thousands of political prisoners, including Yasin Malik, Asiya Andrabi, Syed Ali Gilani.