India is restoring 4G internet services in Jammu and Kashmir, 18 months after enforcing restrictions in the Muslim-majority state in an attempt to curb the spread of potential backlash over its decision to strip the region of its special status in August 2019.
Rohit Kansal, principal secretary of the Jammu and Kashmir government, said Friday evening that 4G internet services were being restored in the entire region. Over the past year, India has lifted ban on internet and some social media services in some regions of the state — but often with speed restrictions and for only a few weeks. The internet ban in Jammu and Kashmir was by far the longest by any democracy.
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