Srinagar: After the abrogation of Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, all the work beyond the halt will be operational from Monday. Gradually, normal life is also returning to the track. 190 primary schools in the city are opening from Monday. It is hoped that further restrictions can be further relaxed. Government Spokesperson and Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal told reporters that 50 police stations were relaxed on Sunday. The relaxation period was also extended from six hours to eight hours.
In Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Reasi and Udhampur, 2G internet services have been suspended in some areas of Srinagar and five districts of Jammu region. However, internet service is operational in some areas. The administration says it has taken this step to curb the rumours. On Friday night, clashes broke out between security forces and youth at 12 places in the valley, including some areas of Srinagar, following some relaxation of restrictions. Some people have been injured. The administration has again imposed strict restrictions in some parts of Srinagar.
The first batch of 300 pilgrims who went on Haj on Sunday arrived. State government buses were provided to reach them at their home. This was disclosed by The State Chief Secretary Rohit Kansal on Sunday evening. Chief Secretary Kansal said that the process of lifting the ban is in process. Landline, mobile, internet was closed in the state from the night of 4th August. Rajnath Singh hit out at Pak and said it will now be on PoK.
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