Amarnath terror attack Complete shutdown observed in Jammu, Kashmir regions

Vikas Sharma. Dated: 7/12/2017 11:58:18 AM

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VIKAS SHARMA Jammu, July 11 A complete shutdown was today observed in the twin cities of Jammu and Kashmir, a call in this regard was given by various political, non-political and social organisations, to express their support for the pilgrims killed in the yesterday attack by the terrorists in Anantnag district. In Jammu and other districts the markets observed a complete shutdown, on the call of National Conference, individuals watched an entire shutdown against the assault on Amarnath Yatri's in South Kashmir on Monday evening. Seven pilgrims were killed and 19 others were harmed in the assault. As a careful step, the legislature had suspended network access and the instructive establishments crosswise over Jammu district. A senior cop stated: "Every single instructive establishment in Jammu region should stay close today (Tuesday) as a prudent step." Every one of the shops and business foundations stayed stop while transport remained the streets in Jammu region. The call for shutdown in Jammu was sent by Opposition National Conference. Huge arrangements of government strengths work force were found in the region. To keep away fromany lawfulness issue, security had been reinforced in unsettled territories. In the parade area the market was shut down by the supporters of National Conference that walked through streets of Jammu and finished at Raghunath Bazar. The members conveying National Conference banners had been requesting the activity against the aggressors and inconvenience of Governors control in the state. Reports included that Hindus in Rajouri and Poonch areas of Pir Panjal territory of Jammu and Kashmir likewise arranged challenges in the midst of shutdown against the murdering of seven Amarnath travellers. Several individuals organized a walk in old town market and Tehsil chowk in Rajouri to challenge the assault. The nonconformists raised trademarks against what they called disappointment of the state government to shield pioneers. Challenges were additionally held at Jawahar Nagar, Salani Bridge chowk, Panja chowk of Rajouri town where dissenting youth blocked streets and organized hostile to government dissents. A noteworthy challenge was additionally organized at Sunderbani chowk where dissenting individuals blocked Jammu- Poonch expressway and slowed down vehicular activity. Additionally, individuals from the minority group likewise arranged a challenge in Poonch area. A halfway shutdown was seen in Bhadarwah, Doda Premnagar, Ramban and Kishtwar range of Chenab valley. Shops and different business foundations stayed shut, however government workplaces and banks worked ordinarily and movement was employing on the streets obviously. The shutdown call was issued by different Hindu associations, including Sanatan Dharam Sabha and Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) to express their disdain over the assault that left seven explorers dead and 30 harmed. A dissent rally was taken out, which in the wake of going through different bazars, finished at Seri Bazaar Bhadarwah where a few pioneers, including VHP President Satish Kotwal, Veteran Politician Mast Nath Yogi and others tended to the nonconformists. The dissidents while raising hostile to Pakistan and against militancy mottos requested strict activity against the offenders required in the assault. Web and broadband administrations in the area have been suspended as a prudent step following the executing of Amarnath pioneers in the Kashmir Valley, the SSP control room said. In the interim, Muslim Organizations from Jammu communicated sensitivities for the deprived families and named the assault on Hindu travellers an uncouth demonstration. Jammu Muslim Front and Jammu Shia Fraternity in an announcement to CNS said that they bolster the remain of their Hindu brethren.

 

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