SRINAGAR: The violence between security forces and militants remain continued in the valley while the normal life remained affected in Kashmir today.
The shops and petrol pumps in the valley remain shutdown due to the violence in civil lines areas of Sanat Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Rajbagh and Bishembar Nagar, a police official said.
Extensive number of roadside sellers set up their shops on the TRC crossing-Batamaloo pivot going through Lal Chowk while great number of private vehicles were employing on the streets, prompting congested roads at a few spots including Rambagh, Gogjibagh and Jawahar Nagar, the authority said.
The shutdown, nonetheless, has influenced the instruction as schools, universities and other instructive organizations kept on staying close in the Valley.
The administration has chosen to hold board examinations according to plan one month from now, drawing feedback from understudies and guardians who blamed it for being heartless to absence of scholastic movement because of shutdown.
The progressing turmoil in Kashmir, activated by the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen aggressor Burhan Wani in an experience with security compels in July, yesterday finished 100 days.
Kashmir kept on being time limitation free however security powers were conveyed in quality at different spots inclined to challenges and road viciousness, the authority said.
"Security strengths have been conveyed in touchy zones to keep up lawfulness as additionally to impart a feeling that all is well with the world among the general population so they can complete their everyday exercises without dread," he included.