In Jammu and Kashmir, public life slowly returning to normal
In Jammu and Kashmir, public life slowly returning to normal

Middle schools now closed in Valley after primary schools were opened on Wednesday. All other schools will also be opened by the end of the week after an overall review of the daily activities of primary and middle schools and the plaintiffs' circumstances. This was disclosed by the Governor's Principal Secretary, Finance Commissioner Rohit Kansal.

In his statement, he said that most areas have removed the day's injunction. Normal life is gaining momentum. All ATMs in the valley are smooth. In the past 12 days, 734 ATMs have received Rs 800 crore withdrawals. People are comfortable withdrawing money and spending. It is clear that the conditions in Kashmir are normal. Shops are open and people are shopping.

For your information, the present at the government offices in the Valley was better and now the Inter-District Transport Facility has also started. Rohit Kansal said that after about 14 days, the primary schools opened in Wadi on Monday. Tomorrow also open this school. The attendance of students and staff on Tuesday has been higher than Monday. Based on the insistence and feedback from different sections of the society, the middle school also decided to open on Wednesday. These schools will be opened only in areas where primary schools were open.

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