Article 370 was abolished last August by the government from Jammu and Kashmir. Due to which the special status of the state was lost. This move of the government has shocked terrorist groups operating in Pakistan and the Valley. And now they are trying to carry out a major incident to create unrest in the valley. Meanwhile, information about the presence of 24 terrorists in Srinagar has alarmed the state administration and the army. The army has been alerted.
These terrorists are even threatening to keep shops in Srinagar closed and to kill them if they do not obey. There is a fear of terrorists due to which markets are not fully opened yet. Since the removal of Article 370, the situation in Kashmir has become normalized and Pakistan and terrorist organizations have been shocked. The administration in Kashmir has almost removed the restrictions. At the same time, security has been tightened in Srinagar. According to sources, some militants have been seen roaming in the downtown of Srinagar.
According to officials, these terrorists are threatening shopkeepers in many areas including Lal Chowk, Rajbagh, Jawahar Nagar for not opening shops. The administration is well aware that apart from the terrorist acts, they are trying to make the situation worse. An official, on the condition of anonymity, said that the operations against the militants after August 5 have become loose. There have been only two encounters in a month. One of them took place on 20 August in Baramulla and the other on 9 September in Sopore. The administration is making sure that no citizen is killed in the violence. Srinagar was declared free from terrorism in 2012. The state DGP stated that dozens of terrorists are camping in Srinagar and nearby villages.
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