SRINAGAR:Nullifying the media reports of any internet gag in Kashmir valley for the next 72 hours, government on Wednesday said it is yet to decide what measures ought to be taken so that disruption in law and order is avoided.
Kashmirs police chief Syed Javied Mujtaba Gilani said no ban on internet services has been imposed by the Police and that speculations which are galore about the internet gag in valley at present are incorrect.
So far there has not been any such decision taken wherein internet could be banned. We are thoroughly deliberating the measures that are ought to be taken for the maintenance of law and order, IG, Kashmir said.
He added that whatever measures required to be taken for the maintenance of peace, shall be taken with immediate effect.
The reports that dominated social media were that in view of the beef ban in vogue, police have decided to bar internet services in Kashmir valley for the next 72 hours in a bid to avoid tensions.
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