Srinagar, May 31: As the administration has issued guidelines for the partial reopening of markets, most of the shops, business establishments are permitted to remain open outside the containment zones on rotation basis.
As per the notification in areas outside containment zones, standalone shops of all types are permitted to open on alternate days basis or a rotation system on weekdays (except on Saturdays and Sundays as per a rooster issued by the concerned district authorities.
Outdoor bazaars and outdoor shopping complexes are also permitted to open on alternate basis or a rotation system (except on Saturdays and Sundays).
In case of indoor shopping malls, only 25 percent of the total shops shall be allowed to open as per the rooster.
Restaurants shall be allowed to open on all days (except on Saturdays and Sundays) only for home-delivery of orders and room service of residents. No entry of customers shall be permitted even for self take-away of orders.
Canteens and eateries at Bus stands, railway stations and airports are permitted to open on all days.
Sportspersons are permitted to resume their training and activities in outdoor sports stadia/ grounds. However indoor sports complexes and swimming pools shall continue to remain closed.
Public transport (matadors/mini buses/ buses etc) in J&K shall be permitted to ply only at 50 percent of the authorised seating capacity. Auto-rickshaws/ three wheelers are permitted to ply without any restrictions.
The ceiling on the number of people permitted to attend gatherings/functions shall be 20 in case of funerals and 25 for all other kinds of social/religious gatherings, whether indoors or at outdoor venues.”
There shall be no restriction on interstate and intra state movement of essential goods.
All industrial and scientific establishments, both public and private are allowed to operate for production purposes or otherwise internet services IT, Telecom, IT enabled services sector, including e-commerce are permitted.
All schools and coaching centres will remain closed till June 15.
All cinemas, multiplexes, clubs, gyms, spas, massage centres and paid parks shall continue to remain closed.
Barber shops, and saloons/parlours shall remain open on three days in a week except Saturdays and Sundays.
Night curfew will be imposed from 8 p.m. till 7 a.m. while weekend curfew will be imposed from 8 p.m. each Friday till 7 a.m. on Monday.
In the five districts classified as ‘Red’, public transport will remain closed.