Mohammad Syed Mir
Srinagar: Life again jumps back to normal in Srinagar and other towns of the Kashmir Monday as the authorities lifted curfew and the Hurriyat (Geelani) called off their shutdown and protests for a day.
A senior police officer told Agence India Press that, there will be no curfew or restrictions in Srinagar and other towns of the valley on Monday.
The chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani also asked people to resume normal life for a day on Monday.
Geelani has already called for another shutdown of two days beginning Tuesday, following which he would announce another weekly protest calendar.
As part of their ‘Quit Kashmir’ campaign, Hurriyat have been issuing protest calendars, Kashmir valley has crippled life for nearly four months now due to curfew, restrictions and shutdowns.
Shops, other business establishments, educational institutions, banks and post offices were open and public transport plied normally.
As many as 110 people have lost their lives in clashes with the security forces since June 11.