Shutdown in Pampore, Khrew on ‘Chaharum’ of 2 militants

Pampore: A complete shutdown was observed Thursday in Khrew and Pampore townships of south Kashmir on the fourth day (Rasm-e-Chaharum) of two Pakistani militants who were killed in the area on Sunday.
Reports said that all shops and other business establishments, private offices and educational institutions remained closed in Khrew, Pampore and other adjoining areas.
No group had called for the shutdown.
The two Pakistani militants were killed in an encounter in Khrew area four days ago after they had attacked the house of a ruling National Conference leader killing his two security guards on spot. The killing of duo had sparked protests and violent clashes in the area.