Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said that there were no restrictions in Kashmir and that the modes of communication were open. Home Minister Shah was speaking at a discussion in Delhi on 'National Security & Current Perspective of Security'. He said that barring eight police stations where Section 144 has been imposed, there were no restrictions in the entire valley. He spelt out the facilities at the valley.
"I want to put it on record that the situation in Kashmir is absolutely normal. There is only eight police station where there is a restriction on doing political rallies. There are modes of communications There 10,000 new landlines, all landlines are functioning 6,200 PCOs have been opened. Over 3,50,000 OPDs have been opened. Seven thousand three hundred operations have happened. Medicines are being distributed from door to door. Journalists from all over the world are going there, taking pictures. Where are the restrictions? They are in your mind," he said.
Eight thousand students in Srinagar have gained access to internet facility in the last three weeks, Jammu and Kashmir Directorate of Information said on Friday, September 27. Internet facilities have been made available at the Tourist Reception Centre (TRC) by the Srinagar administration. The facility has been made available for students to register for various examinations. The service for students was provided so that they could register for various examinations such as GATE, JEE Mains, CSIR NET and NEET.
Busting the fake western media's news propagated by journalist Rana Ayyub about young boys being tortured in Kashmir, a CRPF officer named Kashyap Kadaguttar, on Thursday, has called her allegations fictitious. He called out Ayyub's belief in the western media's biased reporting. Referring to the article shared by Ayyub, he called it baseless reportage. He stated that no one has been tortured in Kashmir and condemned her denial to belive in Army and government's reports.