MNP demands lifting of ban on internet

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 30: Manavadhikar National Party (MNP) has made an appeal to Government to lift the ban on internet in J&K immediately.
The Party, which met here, today under the leadership of its State president, Sanjay Dhar said that the people in the State have suffered a lot on account of ban on internet facilities. It said that during this scientific age it is not possible for the people to remain delinked from the net facilities.
The meeting said the student community especially those undergoing professional training, who with the help of net were assimilating latest information in varied fields of education are worst sufferers after the ban. Besides, technocrats as well as people associated with business and corporate sector have also suffered a lot due to ban, the meeting added and requested the Government to review its earlier decision.
It however welcomed the abrogation of Article 370 and 35 –A and bringing J&K at par with other states of the country. M L Bhat , State vice president MNP, Vinod Raina its coordinator, Daizy Dhar president displaced people, Rakesh Kachroo youth president , K L Raina State secretary, Ravinder Singh Youth vice president, Vinod Kachroo, Gulshan Kumar provincial president Jammu, Arun Gupta district president Jammu and P K Bhat State joint secretary addressed the meeting.

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