Shutdown in Shopian on day 6, Pulwama returns to normal

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By Fast Kashmir on 30/01/2018.

Srinagar, Jan 30: A spontaneous strike was observed in Shopian district on sixth straight day today while as the neighbouring Pulwama returns to normal on Tuesday.


According to GNS correspondent, all the shops and commercial establishments were closed in the district while as transport was also off the roads in Shopian.


While from last three days shutdown is against the killings of two civilian teenagers, for previous three days it was against the killing of civilian 17-year-old Shakir Mir and injuring scores others including two teenage girls near encounter site at Chaigund Audoo village in Shopian.


The killings sparked off anti-India protests in the twin district. Meanwhile, life returned to normal today in neighbouring Pulwama district after five days.


Mobile Internet services continue to remain blocked for the seventh straight day in the twin districts while as the railway restored services after two days of shut. (GNS)