Curfew in parts of Srinagar on 57th day, restrictions in rest of Kashmir

Curfew become reimposed in Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian, Baramulla and Pattan areas.

Curfew persisted in elements of Srinagar these days in view of the separatists’ name for occupying Lal Chowk and Airport Road here even as curfew-like restrictions remained in force in relaxation of Kashmir at the same time as normal life remained paralysed for the 57th day. “Curfew stays in force in 5 police station regions of downtown Srinagar and Batamaloo and Maisuma areas in uptown town,” a police reputable said.

He said curfew in these areas of the summer season capital persisted as a precautionary degree in view of the call given through separatists asking humans to occupy Airport Avenue, city centre Lal Chowk and district headquarters these days and tomorrow to protest the go to of Union Domestic Minister Rajnath Singh-led all-birthday celebration delegation to the Valley. However, the reputable stated, curfew has been lifted from the towns wherein it become imposed the day gone by. Curfew has been lifted from other areas of the Valley in view of the improving scenario, the legit said.
Authorities had the previous day reimposed curfew in Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian, Baramulla and Pattan cities aside from a few regions of Srinagar in view of apprehensions of violence after Friday prayers. Curfew-like restrictions at the movement of people have been in region inside the relaxation of the Valley, reputable sources stated.

Meanwhile, ordinary life remained affected due to the separatist sponsored strike on 57th day as educational establishments and private workplaces have been closed, while public delivery persisted to be off the roads. The separatists have extended the shutdown programme until September eight.

As many as 70 folks, together with police personnel, have been killed and several thousand others injured inside the clashes among protesters and safety forces in the Valley due to the fact that Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani changed into killed in an come across in south Kashmir on July 8.

Curfew become reimposed in Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian, Baramulla and Pattan areas.

Curfew persisted in elements of Srinagar these days in view of the separatists’ name for occupying Lal Chowk and Airport Road here even as curfew-like restrictions remained in force in relaxation of Kashmir at the same time as normal life remained paralysed for the 57th day. “Curfew stays in force in 5 police station regions of downtown Srinagar and Batamaloo and Maisuma areas in uptown town,” a police reputable said.

He said curfew in these areas of the summer season capital persisted as a precautionary degree in view of the call given through separatists asking humans to occupy Airport Avenue, city centre Lal Chowk and district headquarters these days and tomorrow to protest the go to of Union Domestic Minister Rajnath Singh-led all-birthday celebration delegation to the Valley. However, the reputable stated, curfew has been lifted from the towns wherein it become imposed the day gone by. Curfew has been lifted from other areas of the Valley in view of the improving scenario, the legit said.
Authorities had the previous day reimposed curfew in Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian, Baramulla and Pattan cities aside from a few regions of Srinagar in view of apprehensions of violence after Friday prayers. Curfew-like restrictions at the movement of people have been in region inside the relaxation of the Valley, reputable sources stated.

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Meanwhile, ordinary life remained affected due to the separatist sponsored strike on 57th day as educational establishments and private workplaces have been closed, while public delivery persisted to be off the roads. The separatists have extended the shutdown programme until September eight.

As many as 70 folks, together with police personnel, have been killed and several thousand others injured inside the clashes among protesters and safety forces in the Valley due to the fact that Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani changed into killed in an come across in south Kashmir on July 8.