Life in Kashmir valley returned to routine on Wednesday after 2 days of shutdown and “Tral Chalo” called by resistance leaders, amid curfew-like restrictions.
Shops, public transport, other businesses, banks and government offices started functioning in Srinagar city on Wednesday morning.
Pedestrian and vehicular movement brought the city back to its hustle and bustle that was missing for the past three days.
However, higher secondary schools and colleges in Srinagar city and in other districts have been shut by government to prevent student protests.
Resistance leaders had called for two days of complete shutdown on Sunday and Monday before calling for a protest march to Tral town on Tuesday.
The march to Tral, the hometown of slain Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat, was to pray tributes to Bhat and his associate Faizan Ahmad, who were killed in a gunfight with the forces in Saimoh village of Tral township on Saturday.