Internet services have been restored in Shillong and other areas in the Khasi-Jaintia Hill region, 13 days after the clashes that broke out in the city, forcing the government to impose a curfew.

Mobile Internet and messaging services were suspended on June 1 in seven districts of the Khasi-Jaintia Hill region, a day after clashes broke out at the Motphran locality of the City.

The messaging services were restored on June 7, but the mobile internet was re-activated yesterday. The decision to lift suspension on Mobile Internet services was taken after the police informed the government that the situation had returned to normal.

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