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AKHNOOR: Ikkjutt Jammu, Yuva Akhnoor team on Sunday demanded restoration of 4G in Jammu province.Addressing the press conference, Ajay Singh Saini Youth Activist of Ikkjutt Jammu said that 4G ban is affecting the studies of students as online content of school and college does not work in 2G. He said that business community and tourists are also suffering a lot due to the 4G ban. He said that it’s almost 15 months that students and youth of Jammu are suffering due to internet ban. He said “when we are paying for 4G Internet then why not we should be provided 4G”.He further lambasted the government for giving excuses of security threat for not providing 4G. He said that how can the government justify Ganderbal District of Kashmir as more safer than Jammu. IKKJUTT Jammu appealed to the LG government to lift the ban on 4G . He warned the government that if soon 4G is not restored in Jammu a mass protest will be held in jammu in coming days and government will be responsible for the consequences.IKKJUTT Jammu further condemned the administration for not allowing Ikkjutt Jammu chairman Ankur Sharma to travel to Kishtwar for his 2 days ‘DDC Election campaign. He said that the government has given security reasons for not allowing Ankur Sharma to visit Kishtwar but what about BJP Leaders and others. Is every threat posed is for IKJUTT Jammu Ajay Saini, Said.Others who were present during the press conference are Ajay Sharma, Virender Abrol, Ajay Singh, Sahil Sharma Ikkjutt Jammu youth wing members.
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