Srinagar: After the repeal of Section 370, the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is slowly returning to normal. Internet kiosks will be set up in all districts of Kashmir. This internet booth will also be set up at the Tourist Reception Center in Srinagar. Explain that on 5 August, the Indian Parliament declared the state a union territory by abolishing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.
After this, the precautionary government had imposed some restrictions on the media in the valley. One month of this step of the government is nearing completion. Seeing the situation becoming normal, the government is gradually removing all restrictions. Jammu and Kashmir administration is engaged in normalizing the situation.
Telephone exchanges of the state have started functioning from Wednesday night. Officials have said that landline telephones have been started in Srinagar's business center Lal Chowk and Press Colony in the early hours of Thursday. He said that services have been restored in 19 telephone exchanges.
A few days ago on August 29, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik had said that 50,000 jobs would be recruited in the Valley within the next 2-3 months. Malik said that we announce that 50 thousand new jobs will be removed in Jammu and Kashmir administration. We urge the youth to join it vigorously. We will make recruitment in the next 2-3 months. The governor also said that gradually restrictions will be relaxed.