The situation has remained peaceful since the abrogation of article 370 and normalcy is becoming the norm.
Barricades were removed from Srinagar’s landmark Lal Chowk for the first time today after 15 days..Authorities informed that will attedance in school and offices picking up and becoming lively middle schools will also reopen in the valley starting on Wednesday..here’s more..
Jammu and Kashmir continues to move on the fast track to complete normalcy. Restrictions are being gradually eased after the abrogation of article 370 in J&K.
Almost 75% of fixed telephone services have been restored by the administration..Principal Secretary, Planning and Development..Rohit Kansal said 73,000 telephone connections are now operational..he also said middle schools will open in some areas of the Valley from Wednesday..
He also said that day time restrictions have been eased from most of the Police stations in Srinagar ..he said inter-district transportation is also normal..and adequate supplies of essential items and medicines is being provided to people.
Barricades were also removed from the commercial centre of Srinagar Lal Chowk after a gap of 15 days and vehicles were allowed to ply. Markets opened and vehicles were plying.
Arrangements have been made by the administration to ensure the people are provided with the necessary material. Work has also resumed in the government offices too..
J&K POLICE REQUESTS PEOPLE TO INFORM ABOUT RUMOUR-MONGERS
Jammu and Kashmir Police has appealed to the people to inform the police control room regarding any person spreading rumours or malicious content.
The police requested the citizens to share information regarding such people by contacting PCR Jammu telephone number 0191-2542001, 2542000, 2560401, 2544581 and helpline numbers 2560244 and 100
Colleges saw a good turnout of students on Tuesday.
Schools have also opened in Jammu..children have been expressing their happiness at the schools being reopened.
Restoration of telephone services has also come as a big relief for the people of the state.. In Doda..for the benefit of the people..telecom services were made available at the office of the deputy commissioner..where people came in large numbers to connect with their loved ones.
And these visuals from Reasi in Jammu say it all. The Divisional Commissioner of Jammu addressed a Gram Sabha in the Panthal block of Reasi. Hundreds of locals participated with great enthusiasm.
The situation is normal in the state and is only expected to get better in the days to come.