Srinagar: Mobile internet services in Kashmir Valley were blocked on Saturday morning as a precautionary magnitude in perspective of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convene in Srinagar.
“Mobile internet services have been temporarily dropped in a Valley in a arise of a PM’s visit,” officials said.
They pronounced it was a precautionary magnitude in perspective of a high form visit.
The officials pronounced all use providers had been destined to undo a mobile internet services from 10 AM compartment a Prime Minister leaves a Valley.
However, broadband services on BSNL were working.
Modi is scheduled to residence a open convene during Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium during Sonawar in Srinagar.
The Prime Minister, after addressing a rally, is scheduled to establish 450 megawatt Baglihar Phase II energy plan in Ramban district on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway.
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He is also scheduled to lay a substructure mill of four-laning of Udhampur-Ramban widen of a National Highway. The project, once completed, will revoke a travelling time between Srinagar and Jammu – a twin capitals of a state – by scarcely dual hours.