Indian Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday told Parliament that there was no curfew anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir

Indian Home Minister Amit Shah Wednesday said that there was no curfew anywhere in Kashmir and the normalcy has been restored in the Valley.

Presenting the status report on Kashmir in Rajya Sabha, Shah defended internet ban in the Valley and added that further decision will be reviewed by the local administration. "Internet in Kashmir will be restored as soon as local administration feels it is fit to do so," the Home Minister said.

Shah also said there was no curfew in any police station area in Jammu & Kashmir. "As far as internet services are concerned, the decision can be taken by the Jammu and Kashmir authorities. There are activities by Pakistan too in Kashmir region, so keeping security in mind, whenever the local authority deems it fit, a decision will be taken," Shah said.

"Availability of medicines is adequate, there is no problem. Mobile medicine vans have also started. The administration has taken care of health services," the Home Minister said, claiming the situation has already normalised in Kashmir.