After an extensive curfew on the valley, Kashmir will reopen today with very few attendances due to tight restrictions before.
There are reports which say that landline telecommunication was primarily used for spreading misinformation campaign to other people around the globe. There were 28,000 fixed-line phones that were operational out of around 50,000.
Shaleen Kabra, Home Secretary, J&K tweets-“ A fake news is being spread that weapons of special police officers of J&K police are being spread by vested interest. It is categorically denied.”
J&K principal Secretary has also said that the movement of public transport will be made operational while giving that no lives had been lost. Rajnath Singh, on the other hand, stated-“ As the parliament has unanimously agreed, let us free Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and merge it with India.”
The schools in the valley will reopen today in Srinagar as the district administration has made all necessary arrangements to ensure the safety and security of the students.
There will be an active search that will be initiated by the Police with regard to the misinformation of news and video clips. Dilbag Singh, the Police chief has warned serious actions against the misuse of the internet.