He said in case a ban had been imposed on newspapers, it would have been extended to their Internet editions as well, which was not the case.
"If there was a ban, then it would have extended to their Internet editions as well which are regularly being updated," he said.
He said the newspapers will resume publishing once the restrictions are eased.
"As the restrictions ease the newspapers will resume publication because the problem isn't with printing. It's with them being unable to (distribute)," he said.
"And those continuously going on about a "government gag" would be well advised to produce a single copy of this gag order," he added.
Newspapers hit the stands today after a gap of four days as authorities imposed curfew in Kashmir valley following hanging of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru on Saturday.
PCI chairperson Markandey Katju had written to Abdullah saying a short term restraint order on publication of newspapers may be justified in the wake of Afzal Guru's execution, but will be unreasonable if it goes on for a long time.