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Amarnath terror attack: Internet services restored in Jammu

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, were restored today after 36 hours.

"Internet services have been resorted at 1 PM today", a senior police officer said.


It was suspended at 10 PM on Monday as a precautionary measure following the terror strike.

Terrorists killed seven pilgrims and injured 19 as they targeted a bus in the district.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Amarnath terror attack: Internet services restored in Jammu

Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, were restored today after 36 hours. "Internet services have been resorted at 1 PM today", a senior police officer said. It was suspended at 10 PM on Monday as a precautionary measure following the terror strike. Terrorists killed seven pilgrims and injured 19 as they targeted a bus in the district. Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, were restored today after 36 hours.

"Internet services have been resorted at 1 PM today", a senior police officer said.

It was suspended at 10 PM on Monday as a precautionary measure following the terror strike.

Terrorists killed seven pilgrims and injured 19 as they targeted a bus in the district.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Amarnath terror attack: Internet services restored in Jammu

Internet services, which were suspended in Jammu region after a terror attack in which seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed, were restored today after 36 hours.

"Internet services have been resorted at 1 PM today", a senior police officer said.

It was suspended at 10 PM on Monday as a precautionary measure following the terror strike.

Terrorists killed seven pilgrims and injured 19 as they targeted a bus in the district.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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