local administration sends report to Home Ministry on situation on Eid

Aug 13 2019 12:06 PM
local administration sends report to Home Ministry on situation on Eid

Srinagar: There is an atmosphere of peace in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Section 370. The local administration has sent a report to the Ministry of Home Affairs. According to the report, Eid-ul-Azha was celebrated on Monday in all regions of Jammu and Kashmir. Giving details in the report, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has informed the Home Ministry that 7000 people visited different mosques in Bandipora and worshipped.

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In Baramulla, 10000 in Baramula, 3000 in Trehgam, 3500 in Kupwara, 3000 in Shopian, 1800 in Pulwama, 2500 in Avantipura, 11500 in Kulgam, 3000 in Anantnag, 7000 in Ganderbal and 13,000 in Badgaon. In the prayers of the goats were offered. In Jammu, 5000 people visited various mosques and worshipped.

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The ban was completely lifted from 5 districts of Jammu. Restrictions were imposed at some places on the basis of intelligence inputs at night. The Jammu and Kashmir administration had facilitated 5000 calls in 1 day in Srinagar. The administration also informed the Home Ministry that more than 300 telephone booths had been provided with call facility. According to the report, 50% of the shops were opened for purchase. About 2.5 lakh sheep and goats were purchased during the period.

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