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Pulwama, November 03: Life returned back to normal in Tral sub division of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Saturday after three days of strike, against the killing of JeM militants in an encounter with security forces.
Reports reaching KNO that all the shops, educational institutions and other business establishments opened today and public transport is plying normally on all the roads.
Meanwhile, huge rush is also being seen in the markets of Tral from early in the morning today.
The shopkeepers are being seen busy in setting up their shops and huge number people were busy in buying the essentials at many areas of this sub division.
Internet services including 2G, 3G, and 4G are also working normally in the area.
Earlier, two JeM militants including a local Showkat Ahmad Khan and foreigner Usman Hyder, were killed in an encounter with security forces at Chaan Kitar village of Tral on Tuesday.(KNO)