Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal Saturday said all postpaid mobile services will stand restored and functional from 12 noon on Monday, reports The Indian Express.This is in all 10 districts of Kashmir province,” he said.
The principal secretary said, “Movement restrictions have completely been removed. The landlines have been fully restored and have been functioning for over 6 weeks. Media centers have been equipped with all facilities. Schools are gradually reopening and examinations scheduled have been announced.”
Informing that flights to J&K have also restarted, the principal secretary said, “The travel advisory to tourists was withdrawn this week. Tourists are welcome to visit the state.”
The mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir were shut down on August 5 after the Centre announced the abrogation of the special status guaranteed to the state under Article 370 of the Constitution.