Internet won’t be snapped on July 8, July 13, but surveillance will be up: IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar

Fake strike call posters being circulated through online portal from across; killing Hizb commander Obaid big success, he was a tech-savy, master recruiter

Inspector General of Police Kashmir zone, Vijay Kumar Wednesday said internet services won’t be snapped on July 8 and July 13 but police will increase its surveillance to ensure peace remains intact.

He said that police won’t snap the internet but surveillance will be increased to keep anti-social and anti-peace elements at baby on July 8 and July 13. “Since August 5,2019, there has been no civilian killings in Kashmir which has frustrated the people across. So anti-peace elements may try to foment trouble on July 8 and July 13, but we are ready to foil all such attempts,” he said. July 8 marks the anniversary of young Hizb commander Burhan Wani who was killed on this day at Anantnag district in an encounter. July 13 is observed as martyrs’ day across J&K to remember 22 martyrs who were killed  in 1931 during Dogra rule.

The IGP said Obaid diploma holder in Computers and was very tech-savy. “He was the master recruiter of local youth and would also give training to them. He was involved in many incidents and there are many cases registered against him. At two hideouts revealed by him, militants had fled before we reached there,” Kumar said.

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