KISHTWAR: In the Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir, another isolated village at a high altitude has gained telecom connectivity, an official said on Sunday. This week, the Warwan Inshan area will get its first mobile network tower, making it the second remote area in the district to have telecom connectivity after the Sumcham Buddhist village, according to the official. According to him, the new tower is especially important because it guarantees constant connectivity with other areas during the severe winter months. The official stated that because of the severe road connectivity problems caused by the heavy snowfall in the area, the tower’s construction is an essential support system. On November 24, telecom connectivity was established in the Dangail area of Sumcham, which is near the famous Paddar Sapphire Mine and the Kargil region of Ladakh.