Normalcy in Kashmir again as separatists announce three-day relaxation

Separatists, spearheading the ongoing agitation in Kashmir announced a three-day relaxation again which gave life to the business establishments and shops in the Valley.

The public transports plied on the roads while the passenger transporters tried to compensate the losses suffered by the unrest.

The public transports were seen at large on roads.

The three-day relaxation comes days after private passenger vehicles plied on some routes in Srinagar after being severely hit by the four-month long strike.

The separatists had earlier last month announced a two-day relaxation in the Kashmir Valley.

This was the second time that the separatists announced relaxation during the ongoing unrest which began after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on July 8.


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