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Sep 01, 2019
8:36PM

J&K: Situation remains normal, no untoward incident reported from anywhere

AIR NEWS
In Jammu and Kashmir, situation across the state, particularly in the Kashmir Valley, remained normal today, with no untoward incident reported from anywhere. 

As the administration eased restrictions in more areas of the Valley, people were seen moving in large numbers on the roads. 

AIR correspondent reports, out of 115, the restrictions have been lifted in 91 police station areas. Private transport plies in Srinagar and other areas in Valley.

The Govt declared primary, middle and high schools open in those areas only which are restriction-free. Student attendance continues to remain thin. 

CBSE & State Board of School Education have initiated the process for conducting annual board examinations in the Valley.

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