NEW DELHI — Indian authorities say around 4 million post-paid cellphone connections will be restored in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Monday, more than two months after New Delhi downgraded the region’s semi-autonomy and imposed a security and communications lockdown.

Rohit Kansal, a government spokesman, says that internet services will remain suspended for now. Authorities fear that insurgents and separatists will use the internet to provoke anti-India protests in the region.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *