Curfew imposed in Occupied Kashmir, internet and mobile services cutoff
SRINAGAR - Late on Sunday night, the Indian government imposed curfew-like restrictions in the restive region while India sent in tens of thousands of additional troops.
Communications were cut, with private mobile networks, internet services and telephone landlines cut, an *AFP* reporter said.
"There shall be no movement of public. All educational institutions shall also remain closed. There will be a complete bar on holding any kind of public meetings or rallies during the period of operation of this order.
Identity cards of essential services officials will be treated as movement passes wherever required," read an Indian government order, but added: "there is no curfew in place".