The Supreme Court today took a significant decision in hearing a plea for 4G Internet restoration in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, the court's decision will facilitate high-speed Internet service to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Trial of 4G Internet Service after 15th August:
It is reported that the trial of 4G Internet service will commence after 15th August as a trial in one district of Jammu and Kashmir Valley. For this, the central government has agreed to start a high-speed Internet facility in Jammu and Kashmir as a trial and will then be reviewed after 2 months. The central government has told the Supreme Court that the ban on 4G Internet service will be withdrawn from 15th August on a trial basis in two districts of Jammu and Kashmir. Attorney General KK Singh was present on behalf of the Centre Venugopal said:
After 15th August, 4G Internet service will be launched on an experimental basis in one district of Jammu and Kashmir division. The Committee has decided that 4G Internet service in Jammu and Kashmir will be given after a comprehensive assessment, and the results of the test will be reviewed after two months.
The Central Government told the court:
The central government informed the Supreme Court that the Committee decided to gradually give access to 4G Internet people in the state, and it would be reviewed after 2 months. The Special Committee has decided to provide 4G Internet services on a state trial basis where the trial will be less sensitive. Let me inform you that on 5th August last year, a day before the cancellation of the provisions of article 370 and article 35 A, high-speed Internet service and phone services were canceled in the state, though a few days later the phone line, then mobile phone and then 2G Internet service were provided.
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