SRINAGAR: The administration of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir has announced to ease restrictions from Monday.
Talking to media, principal secretary of occupied Jammu & Kashmir Rohit Kansal said that this week, travel advisory for tourists have been lifted. He said Internet facilities being opened at toursit places to help those who want to access the net.
Kansal said all post paid mobile phones stand functional from Monday (October 14) noon in the remaining areas of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir.
It may be recalled that India had imposed severe restrictions in entire Occupied area of Jammu and Kashmir in Aug this year, after abrogating article 35A and 370, scrapping special status of the occupied valley.
It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan had been urging world community to press India for lifting the inhuman rescritions, incuding curfew which is in place across the occupied valley for 68 days.