Srinagar: Authorities have put in place stringent measures to foil any protests in central Kashmir’s Beerwah area on Monday.
The town and its adjoining areas are observing complete shutdown on fourth straight day against the killing of a youth Tanveer Ahmad Wani at the hands of Army on Friday.
Tanveer was killed after hit by bullet fired by Army soldiers during a mild stone pelting incident in the town, locals said.
Local sources told Kashmir Reader that posters appeared in the town last evening calling people for “Beerwah Challo” today to observe Chaharum of Tanveer.
Keeping in view the situation, authorities have sealed all entry and exit points of the town, sources said.
Meanwhile, all shops, business establishments and educational institutions in Beerwah and adjoining areas are closed for fourth consecutive day.