Shutdown in Kashmir for 73rd consecutive day
Srinagar, Sept 19: The Kashmir Valley on Monday remained shut for the 73rd consecutive day with authorities imposing curfew-like restrictions in parts of Srinagar city, Pulwama and Baramulla districts to prevent separatist called protest rallies.
On Sunday night, guerrillas snatched four weapons from the residential guards of a ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) district president in Anantnag.
All educational institutions, main markets, public transport and other businesses have remained suspended.
Eighty-nine people -- 86 civilians and three policemen -- have died since the ongoing unrest began on July 9.
Over 11,500 people have also been injured in this period.
Srinagar (J&K): Shutdown and restrictions continue for the 73rd day. pic.twitter.com/Uc3qJDukEE— ANI (@ANI_news) September 19, 2016