Police Sets 2 Day Deadline


SRINAGAR: Assuring that the disrupted cellular network will be back to normal within next two days, the IGP Kashmir SJM Gilani said on Tuesday that the militant outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen is behind the attacks and that Lashkar-e-Islam is a front being used by it. 

Gilani said the police have found prima- facie evidence against the militant out-fit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and that investigations are going on in full swing. 

Asked that Hizb has already negated its involvement in attacks of such nature besides condemning it, IGP said, ”It is for them to say whatever they want. For us, they are involved and we have evidences for it.”

Gilani said that police is taking all necessary measures in pacifying the situation on ground and is mulling to provide security so that the telecom sector in valley could be put back on gear.

The IGP assured that within two days, network connectivity in entire valley will be restored and any attempt to disrupt the same shall be foiled sans any delay.  “We are taking all measures to ensure that the connectivity is restored. It will take us a day or two to put the affected sector back on gear- we will do it,” the IGP said.

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