Mobile internet services remain snapped in Jammu & Kashmir’s Baderwah, Kishtwar | Latest News India

Officials said the suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesman Nupur Sharma had attempted to create communal tensions over comments against the Prophet Muhammad.

JammuMobile Internet services were discontinued on Friday in Badeerwa and Kishtwar in Jammu and Kashmir, but a curfew was imposed because the suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesman Nupur Sharma said there were attempts to create communal tensions with a statement made against the Prophet Muhammad during a TV debate. .

“The curfew has been imposed and mobile internet has also been shut down in Bhadarwa. Tensions have subsided in the town on Thursday, but it has subsided and the situation is under control,” an unnamed official said.

A curfew has been imposed in the adjoining Kishtwar district and mobile internet services have been discontinued, said District Collector AK Sharma.

“There was no unpleasant incident in the district but on Friday the administration decided to continue curfew restrictions. We are in constant touch with representatives of both communities and they have promised to maintain harmony.

The cases have been documented on efforts to inflict tension, police said.

District Collector Masrat-ul-Islam in Ramban said the four-member assembly was blocked as a precautionary measure even when the situation was under control.

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