KL NEWS NETWORK
A trade body Friday said that the authorities have met the demands of Pulwama people.
In a statement issued here, Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation president, Mohammad Yasin Khan said, “24 days deadlock in Pulwama has ended as the government agreed in principle to meet the demands of area traders and civilians.”
“After a detailed meeting with between administration, traders and members of the civil society,” Khan said, “it was decided that the demands of the civilian population will be fulfilled.” “It was only after the fruitful dialogue that the markets reopened and other work started as normal.”
He said, “apart from construction of Memorial of Martyrs, administration agreed that all the detained youth are being released, and that there would be no further raids or other harassment of the civilians.”