Curfew Imposed In Pulwama

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Local administration early Saturday imposed a curfew in Pulwama in South Kashmir.

Locals told Kashmir Life that they were not being allowed to come out of their homes. They added that police and CRPF personnel on Saturday morning announced curfew through loudspeakers and asked people not to come out of their homes.

They said that additional forces were also deployed.

Police sources told Kashmir Life that fearing apprehensions of protests over the killing of a local militant yesterday evening, they had to impose curfew.

Pertinently, on Friday evening a militant was killed in an encounter in Keungen area of Pulwama. He has been identified as Aijaz Ahmad from Chursoo, Awantipora.

Meanwhile, reports are coming that protests have broke in Awantipora against the kiliing of local militant.

Passengers travelling to South Kashmir told Kashmir Life that the traffic on Srinagar-Jammu highway is stranded for last two hours as hundreds of people are on road protesting against the killing of Aijaz Ahmad, the local militant.

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