Pakistan News Service

Friday Apr 18, 2014, Jumada-al-thani 17, 1435 Hijri
Logo Logo
LATEST :
Pakistan News Home -> Tribune Corner -> News Details

Three dead in Gilgit unrest, mobile services suspended

19 December, 2013

GILGIT: Mobile phone services were suspended in Gilgit early on Wednesday morning after the death toll from incidents of violence reached three.

Panic has gripped the area since Monday because of the killings. The residents of the area are also facing trouble in accessing Internet.

Deputy Commissioner Shahbaz Tahir said the security forces were working on a plan to curb violence and the suspension of mobile services was part of the plan. He did not disclose any further details of the plan.

Tahir said the authorities were taking action against troublemakers and the writ of the government would soon be restored in the area.

End.

 What do you think about the story ? Leave your comments!

Heading (Optional)
Your Comments: *

Your Name:*
E-mail (Optional):
City (Optional):
Country (Optional):
 
 
Field marked(*) are mandatory.
Note. The PakTribune will publish as many comments as possible but cannot guarantee publication of all. PakTribune keeps its rights reserved to edit the comments for reasons of clarity, brevity and morality. The external links like http:// https:// etc... are not allowed for the time being to be posted inside comments to discourage spammers.

  Speak Out View All
Artilce 6 and Musharraf Trail
Blocking Nato supply line
  Quick Vote Show Results
Question: "In view of the current situation do you think Talks with Taliban should take place only within the ambit of Article 4 of Objectives Resolution that defines our Common Purpose i.e. PM/ President down to all Pakistanis to work till we achieve the rights of Democracy, Freedom, Tolerance and Social Justice for all Pakistanis:"
Yes
No
 
Candid Corner
Exclusive by
Lt. Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
CIA's Pakistan drone strikes carried out by regular US air force personnel
Medical report finds NAB official committed suicide
Suggested Sites