Normal life resumes partly in Kashmir

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Srinagar

Normal life resumed across Kashmir on Wednesday after being paralyzed for three consecutive days against the killing of militants and civilians in Kashmir districts.

However, a spontaneous shutdown is being observed in Shopian, Kulgam and Pulwama districts of south Kashmir. While all the colleges and senior secondary schools remained open except few districts in Valley.

All the shops, commercial establishments, government and private reopened today. The public and private transport were also back on the roads and there were no restrictions on civilian movement.

In past three days Kashmir valley observed a complete shutdown in backdrop of the call given by JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mohammad Yasin Malik, Mohammad Umar Farooq against the killing of five civilians after forces opened fire into protesters in Shopian on May 6, who were demonstrating against the death of five militants, including to Hizb commander Saddam Padder, in Badigam village of the south Kashmir’s Shopian district.

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