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Day 93: Shutdown continues against Art 35A, 370 revocation

November 05, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/Srinagar

Normal life remained affected across Kashmir for the 93rd consecutive day Tuesday against abrogation of Article 35 A and 370 of the Indian constitution that conferred special status on the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Shops opened in Srinagar and other towns in the morning but closed around noon. Private vehicles caused traffic jams on MA Road. A few passenger vehicles were also seen moving on the roads.
The educational institutions remained deserted s students stayed away. Students, it has been reliably learnt prefer private tuitions. A group of parents blamed the union government for the mess Kashmir finds itself in. “Everything was normal in Kashmir and life was abuzz with activity. But the union government took a decision on August 5 scrapping Article 35Aa and 370. The people of Kashmir responded by observing strike which continue4s to this day,” they said.
The historic Jamia Masjid also remains closed with the government not allowing even Friday congregations. Senior citizens said the historic Masjid has not remains closed for such a long period even during Dogra rule.
The authorities also suspended internet services. The internet gag has badly affected trade, healthcare and education.
Rough estimates peg the losses at Rs 100,000 Cr.

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Day 93: Shutdown continues against Art 35A, 370 revocation

November 05, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/Srinagar

Normal life remained affected across Kashmir for the 93rd consecutive day Tuesday against abrogation of Article 35 A and 370 of the Indian constitution that conferred special status on the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Shops opened in Srinagar and other towns in the morning but closed around noon. Private vehicles caused traffic jams on MA Road. A few passenger vehicles were also seen moving on the roads.
The educational institutions remained deserted s students stayed away. Students, it has been reliably learnt prefer private tuitions. A group of parents blamed the union government for the mess Kashmir finds itself in. “Everything was normal in Kashmir and life was abuzz with activity. But the union government took a decision on August 5 scrapping Article 35Aa and 370. The people of Kashmir responded by observing strike which continue4s to this day,” they said.
The historic Jamia Masjid also remains closed with the government not allowing even Friday congregations. Senior citizens said the historic Masjid has not remains closed for such a long period even during Dogra rule.
The authorities also suspended internet services. The internet gag has badly affected trade, healthcare and education.
Rough estimates peg the losses at Rs 100,000 Cr.


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
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Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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