Curfew imposed in Kashmir to prevent separatists from commemorating Pak's Independence Day
Authorities on Sunday imposed curfew and restrictions across Kashmir to prevent separatist programmes to commemorate Pakistan's Independence Day
Srinagar: Authorities on Sunday imposed curfew and restrictions across Kashmir to prevent separatist programmes to commemorate Pakistan's Independence Day.
The separatists have asked people to offer special prayers for Pakistan on its Independence day that falls on 14 August.
Authorities gave instructions to all security forces deployed in the Valley to ensure that no Pakistani flag is hoisted anywhere.
Ever since separatist violence in Kashmir in the early 1990s, separatists have been hoisting the Pakistani flag and holding parades.
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Police said curfew and restrictions will remain in force in all the district headquarters in addition to all major towns.
All separatist senior leaders remained under preventive detention.
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Over 3,500 people including security personnel have been injured during the unrest that started on 9 July, a day after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
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