Atleast four persons were wounded in a battle on Wednesday that took place between protesters and security forces in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
“Four persons sustained injuries when security forces fired pellets and tear gas shells to chase away the protesters,” Police officials said.
In a attack, three soldiers were wounded as militants attacked them in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Wednesday. The reports revealed that militants get into the district as an Army convoy in Hamdwara area. After the attack, militants flee from the area.
“No curfew has been imposed in any part of the valley except Srinagar.”
The normal life of people continued to remain affected on Tuesday evening as the separatists had done strikes in the market of Srinagar and other places.
In the strike, the markets of Lal Chowk in the city were shut down for about 12 hours.The strike will remain continue till September 16.
On Eid day, a rally will be carried out to the local office of United Nations Military Observers Group to submit memorandum on 71st session of United Nations General Assembly.
During the daytime, shops, petrol pumps, business establishments will remain closed down. Schools, colleges and other educational institutions also continued to remain shut.
“However, attendance in government offices and banks has improved a lot”, the official said.
“Public transport continued to be off the roads, while there was increased movement of cars and autorickshaws, especially in the civil lines areas of the city,” he said.
Since the killing of Burhan Wani on July 8, the violence is going on in the valley which has killed 73 people including two cops, dead and several thousand injured.