However, the newspaper editors say they will make a joint decision on whether to resume publication at a meeting later Tuesday.
"One finds it surprising that the advisor came and apologised for the mistake and later went to town saying that there was no ban on newspaper and that the Chief Minister was not aware that the newspapers did not publish for last three days", Editor of Kashmir Images rpt (Kashmir Images) Bashir Manzar said after the meeting.
However, newspaper editors and owners insisted on Tuesday that they will not print their publications till the government admits to carrying out raids on newspaper offices and seizing thousands of newspaper copies.
Be Civil - It's OK to have a difference in opinion but there's no need to be a jerk.
Saeed, Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief, who holds a bounty of U.S. $10 million, had already started his "Kashmir Caravan", stretched for several kilometers, starting from Lahore on Tuesday.
Also the Lahore High Court Bar Association passed a resolution to boycott Indian products and urged the government authorities to take up the issue of Indian atrocities on Kashmiri people at global level. There was some miscommunication, " he told the NDTV news channel. They also detained scores of printing press workers. Almost 2,000 civilians and about 1,600 government troops have been injured.
In addition to the printing ban, cellular and internet services were absent and landline phone access limited throughout Kashmir, except in its main city of Srinagar, creating an information void.
The clashes have killed at least 46 people, mostly teens and young men, and a policeman since July 9.
Separatist groups have called for protests after prayers this Friday. The key leaders, Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, in a statement late Monday said Indian leaders were "blinded by their own propaganda.to the extent that (they're) unable to understand and accept the genuineness of people's anger and self-drive for freedom and justice".
However, asserting that Pakistan has no locus standi to discuss India's internal issue, External Affairs Minister spokesperson Vikas Swarup said that "India completely and unequivocally rejects in the entirety the decisions adopted by the Pakistan Cabinet on situation in Jammu and Kashmir".
The Shiv Sena has unleashed a belligerent attack on Pakistan over the loss of innocent lives in the recent unrest in Kashmir valley and said Islamabad will have to observe a "Black Day" throughout the year as the Indian Army is so strong that it will gun down a terrorist like Burhan Wani every day.