Life returned to normalcy in central Kashmir’s Kangan Town on Saturday which remained shut for six days after the killing of a civilian by forces on Monday during clashes.
Gowhar Ahmad Rather (22) was grievously injured in police action on Monday following which he was admitted at SKIMS Soura where he breathed his last on Tuesday.
All shops and other business establishments were opened and transport plies normally on the roads, reports said adding that the police had made heavy security arrangements to avoid any further tension in the area.
Eyewitnesses said that a large number of people were seen busy in purchasing different household items from the market.
Pertinently, the traders had shut their businesses at a stretch for 6 days against the killing of a youth in forces firing.