AGARTALA, July 2 - Mobile internet and messaging services, which were suspended in Tripura since June 28 following three incidents of lynching, have been restored, a senior police officer said.
Inspector General of Police (IGP), Law and Order, KV Sreejesh, said today that the services were restored last evening following an improvement in the overall situation.
No fresh case of mob violence or rumour-mongering over child-lifting were reported across the State today, the police said. Fourteen people have been arrested so far in connection with the incidents, Assistant Inspector General of Police (Law and Order) Smriti Ranjan Das said.
Mobile internet and SMS services were suspended in the State following the lynching of three persons. The cases of lynching had triggered a blame game between the ruling BJP and opposition CPI(M) and Congress. � PTI