Barring BSNL postpaid telephone and broadband internet services, all private mobile telephone services continue to remain suspended.
The confusion over the incident follows a complete information blackout on local newspapers in the Kashmir Valley, battling one of the deadliest of street violence that has left more than 40 people dead and over 2,000 injured in the last 11 days.
Fresh clashes broke out today between protestors and security forces in Kashmir in which two civilians were killed taking to 41 the death toll in the current unrest even as a PDP MLA was injured when he was attacked by a stone pelting mob.
A lawmaker of Jammu and Kashmir's ruling PDP was injured when his auto, attacked by a mob, turned over when he was on his way to Srinagar on Sunday night.
"All 10 districts of Kashmir Valley continue to remain under curfew today as a precautionary measure for maintaining law and order", the official said.
Mohammad Khalil Bandh, the legislator from Pulwama, was heading to Srinagar at around 1 am last night when a crowd started throwing stones at his auto. Police and para-military personnel have been deployed in strength to maintain law and order.
The life in the Valley remained paralysed after Burhan's killing, due to strike called by the separatists and curfew-like restrictions imposed by the authorities. On 16 July, protesters attacked a police post in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir in which a civilian was killed.
In the ensuing clashes with security forces, 39 persons, including a cop, have been killed while almost 3,200 persons, including 1,500 security force personnel, have been injured.