Lal Chowk march: High-speed Internet blocked in Kashmir capital
Authorities on Tuesday suspended the high-speed Internet service in Srinagar in view of proposed separatist march and sit-in.
An official said that the speed of mobile Internet service has been throttled to 2G in the capital city as a “precautionary measure”.
Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) has called for a march to Lal Chowk today to protest the killing spree and Kulgam “carnage”.
Authorities have sealed commercial hub of Lal Chowk in Srinagar city to prevent the march.
Last evening, the police issued an advisory, asking commuters to use an alternate route as no traffic would be allowed between Amira Kadal and Regal Chowk.