Immediate Curfew in Sringar ahead of 1st anniversary of Article 370 repeal
A year of removal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir is nearing completion. In such a situation, the security system in the state has been tightened.
Srinagar: A year of removal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir is nearing completion. In such a situation, the security system in the state has been tightened. In view of the sensitivity of the government, curfew was imposed in Srinagar district with immediate effect.
At the same time, this curfew will continue on 4 and 5 August. It is being said that separatist organizations can try to disturb the law and order by demonstrating in the district. In view of which the curfew has been implemented.
Immediate Curfew in Srinagar:
A year ago in Jammu and Kashmir, Article 370 was amended on 5 August. After which the special status of the state was abolished and declared as a union territory. The Modi government's decision was strongly opposed. The state's environment became sensitive, following which Internet services were shut down for several months.
Article 370 was removed a year ago. In such a big decision, curfew has been imposed in Srinagar district from today to August 5. This decision was taken as a precautionary measure after getting information about the separatists' performance.
Curfew for people's safety:
According to the government order, reports have been received that some separatist and Pak-backed organizations are going to celebrate 'Black Day' in the district on 5 August. It was told that these people can also become violent during the demonstration. In such a situation, along with deteriorating law and order, life and property can also be threatened.
As the country is fighting with Corona pandemic, in this situation gathering of people is also dangerous. In view of people's safety social distancing is also mandatory. If people will come together for protest or 'Black Day' event, there are chances of corona spread.