‘No curfew today’
Srinagar, July 20: A day after J&K’s Director General of Police Ashok Prasad said restrictions on movement of people would continue till Sunday evening, the Srinagar district administration Saturday said there shall be no curfew in the city on Sunday.
“There will be no curfew in the City on Sunday but there will be deployment of police in some sensitive areas,” an official spokesman said.
Pertinently, Prasad had yesterday told a local news-gathering agency CNS that “whether curfew would be imposed or not is a secondary question, one thing is clear that restrictions on the movement of people would be there for at least three days (till Sunday) when the strike would be over.”
Authorities have decided to lift curfew from major areas of the Kashmir on Sunday. However, restrictions will remain imposed in some ‘volatile areas’ of Srinagar, official said.
An official spokesman told KNS that there will be no curfew on Sunday. “Restrictions will remain in some volatile areas,” he said.
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