New Delhi: The Indian Supreme Court has issued a notification to lift the ban on the occupied valley, banning the internet is not allowed indefinitely.
According to the details, the Supreme Court of India decided to revive the Internet in the occupied valley, deciding on the sanctions application in Kashmir, saying that section 144 could not be used to suppress dissent.
The court said that the notification bans in the occupied Kashmir should be reviewed, the banned Kashmir administration should review the orders within the ban within a week. No Internet shutdown is allowed indefinitely.
It has been 159 days since sanctions and lockdowns on occupied Kashmir, the ban on Internet and mobile service in the occupied valley is currently intact while educational institutions are closed and business is suspended.
On August 5, 2019, the Indian government announced the abolition of Article 370 of the Constitution, under which the special status of Kashmir administered by it was abolished. On the other hand, internet and media communications were shut down due to strict curfew enforcement in the region.
Against the government’s decision, Anuradha Bhasin, editor of Kashmir Times, filed a petition in the Supreme Court stating that the decision was abolished by the end of freedom of journalism, essential services and communication between families, people. Is. Is facing severe difficulties. He said he was imprisoned on suspicion of 70 million population of the state and 144 were imprisoned without any thought.