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Feb 19, 2019
7:19PM

Curfew relaxed in Jammu

PTI
Authorities relaxed curfew in three phases in various police station areas of Jammu on Tuesday. 

District Magistrate, Jammu, Ramesh Kumar said restrictions under section 144 CrPC would remain imposed to maintain law and order, adding that all wine shops and bars would remain closed. 

He said the situation is under control and no untoward incident has been reported from any part of Jammu city from last Sunday. District  Magistrate said that the relaxation was given to allow people to purchase essential commodities. 

Curfew was imposed in entire Jammu city on Friday following massive anti-Pakistan protests and sporadic incidents of violence over the terror attack in Pulwama district last Thursday.   Authorities had relaxed curfew for three hours yesterday in five police station areas of south Jammu and the relaxation period passed off peacefully. 

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