Shopian opens after five days of shutdown

Shopian opens after five days of shutdown
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Srinagar: After five days of continuous shutdown and protests against the killings of four civilians at the hands of Army soldiers at Pahnoo village last Sunday (March 4) south Kashmir’s Shopian district resumed its normal business on Saturday.
The south Kashmir district observed shutdown and held protests for five straight days while as locals of Pahnoo and adjoining Pinjura are still demanding removal of the Army camp which was established during 2016 uprising.
All shops and business establishments were opened while as public transport was seen on the roads, local sources said. However authorities have not resumed internet services in the district which are suspended since Sunday last.
Suhail Ahmad Wagay son Khalid Ahmad Wagay of Pinjora, Shahid Khan son of Bashir Ahmad Khan of Malik Gund, Shahnawaz Wagay son of Ali Mohammad of Langandora Trenze, and Gowhar Ahmad Mir of Molu Dangerpora, were killed in army action at Pahnoo village of Shopian.
Two militants Amir Ahmed Malik of Harmain and Ashiq Ahmad of Rakpora, were also killed in the action.

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