Srinagar: Life on Friday returned to normal after remaining crippled for a day in south Kashmir’s Pulwama, where people observed spontaneous strike against the killing of three militants and a civilian at the hands of forces on August 9.
Business and other activities resumed today and traffic was plying on all routes normally while as work in government offices and banks was also normal.
However a complete shutdown is being observed on second consecutive day in Tral area of the south Kashmir district.
Three militants Zahid Ahmad Bhat, resident of Nowdal, Ishaq Ahmad resident of Batagund Tral and Mohammad Ashraf resident of Trich Pinglana Pulwama and a 16 years old boy Mohammad Younis Sheikh resident of Saimoh Tral were killed on August 9 in Tral area.
Witness told Kashmir Reader that all the business establishments, banks, colleges and Schools are closed while as public transport remained off the roads.