Srinagar, Oct 5 (UNI) Appealing to people not to the violate the curfew restriction and maintain calm, Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary, Home, Anil Goswami today said the measure was to prevent any loss of life and damage to property.
In his message, Mr Goswami said during that the past two months, people in the Kashmir valley have been witnessing calls for 'Pampore, Eidgah, TRC and Muzaffarabad chalo'.
He said during these marches, there were clashes in which several lives were lost and property damaged.
There was a 'Lal Chowk chalo' call for tomorrow, he said, adding that to save the people and property, curfew has been imposed since this morning as a precautionary measure.
There was every apprehension of clashes during the march, forcing the administration to impose restrictions, he said.
We appeal to people not to violate the curfew restriction and cooperate with the law-enforcing authorities.
The curfew will be lifted very soon if there was no violation, he said.
Mr Goswami said for any emergency, people could contact the Police Control Room (PCR) or the nearest police station.
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