Article 370: Kashmir closed for the 12th consecutive day, restrictions on movement of people relaxed

Article 370: Kashmir closed for the 12th consecutive day, restrictions on movement of people relaxed

Article 370: Kashmir closed for the 12th consecutive day, restrictions on movement of people relaxed

Article 370: Curfew was imposed in Kashmir on August 5, five hours before Home Minister Amit Shah announced the withdrawal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in the Rajya Sabha

Kashmir remained closed for the 12th consecutive day on Friday. However, authorities relaxed restrictions on the movement of people in Srinagar.

A senior administration official said here, “Restrictions were relaxed on the movement of people in most parts of the valley.” So far the situation is peaceful. ”

He said that the deployment of security forces is the same as before. People have been allowed to move around the city and other cities.

Curfew was imposed in Kashmir on August 5, five hours before Home Minister Amit Shah announced the withdrawal of special status of Jammu and Kashmir in the Rajya Sabha .

The state administration directed the government employees to come to work on Friday through a radio announcement.

However, restrictions on communication services continue. All telephone and internet services are suspended. Schools have been closed for the last two weeks. Shops and other commercial establishments have also been closed since August 5. The official said that the situation in the valley is being constantly monitored and removal of security forces will depend on the ground situation. 

 

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