The Kashmir Center

Life returns to normal after three-day shutdown

After three-day shutdown against the civilian killings in Shopian, normal activities resumed on Wednesday except southern districts.

All the shops and business establishments opened today while a brisk vehicular movement was seen on the roads since the wee hours of this morning.

The educational institutes also resumed their class work while scores of institutes in various districts continued to remain closed on the directions of higher ups.

However, a complete shutdown was observed for the fourth consecutive day in Pulwama and Shopian districts of South Kashmir.

The train services also resumed while as the mobile internet facilities were also restored.


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