South Kashmir shuts on second day to mourn Shopian Killings

Srinagar

A complete shutdown is being observed in many areas of south Kashmir for the second consecutive day today against the killing of two militants and four civilians in Pahnoo village of South Kashmir’s Shopian district.

Reports said that all the business establishments, government and private offices were closed and traffic was office the roads.

There is a spontaneous shutdown in many areas of South Kashmir. However, no restrictions on the movement of people have been imposed in any area, reports claimed.

The government forces have been deployed in sensitive areas to maintain law and order.

Yesterday, Kashmir valley witnessed a shutdown and clashes between protesters and government forces after the killing of two militants and four civilians in Shopian district.

Meanwhile, the Srinagar Banihal train services have been suspended while internet connectivity was stopped from yesterday in South soon after the news of the killing of two militants and four civilians spread in the area.

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