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May 21, 2019
9:19PM

Restriction on movement of civilian traffic on Srinagar- Jammu NH withdrawn from next Monday

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In Jammu and Kashmir, restriction on movement of civilian traffic on Srinagar- Jammu national highway has been withdrawn from next Monday.

An official statement issued by State Governor's administration today said, the orders have been issued following a review of the security situation in the state and of the requirement of security forces' convoys.

May 26 will be the last day of restriction on the movement of civilian traffic on the highway. According to the statement, these restrictions were necessary following the movement of security forces on an unprecedented scale after the Pulwama terror attack.

The forces were required both for anti-militancy operations and for smooth conduct of the Parliamentary Elections.

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