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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

KASHMIR: Hurriyat strike hits life in Kashmir!


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PTI / The Hindu / SRINAGAR, August 3, 2011.

Women consoling a relative of Nazim Rashid Shalla, who was allegedly killed in police custody at sopore on Sunday. Photo: NiIssar Ahmad
Women consoling a relative of Nazim Rashid Shalla, who was allegedly killed in police custody at sopore on Sunday. Photo: NiIssar Ahmad - The Hindu.

Normal life in Kashmir Valley was disrupted on Wednesday due to a strike call given by hardline Hurriyat Conference Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani to protest against the custodial death of a youth in Sopore town.
Schools, shops, business establishments, private offices and banks remained closed in most pasts of the Valley due to the strike, officials said.
Sopore and other adjoining areas observed a complete shutdown as roads wore a deserted look in the apple town, 55 km from here.
Public transport services were also crippled across Kashmir. However, mini-buses could be seen plying on some routes in the outskirts of the summer capital, they said.
Attendance in government offices also remained thin due to non-availability of transport facilities, they added.

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