Restrictions on tourists in Kashmir government has been lifted the restrictions.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Restrictions on tourists in Kashmir government lifted restrictions on tourists.
Governor Satyapal Malik has announced that he has lifted the warning issued on August 2 that all tourists should immediately leave Kashmir in the face of terrorist threats.
It went into effect from October 10. The sanctions were imposed on August 5.
Three days before the Center’s decision to cancel the special provision for Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Sunday appealed to the people to remain calm.
And not to believe in rumours of any extreme nature which are circulating widely in some quarters.
Malik said the rumours are unnecessarily creating an atmosphere of fear in the minds of people, leading to stress and disruption to normal life.
Wher as the governor announced that other leaders will be allowed to meet with the leaders of the parties.
In the prisons to decide on the October 24 Block Development Council elections.
Due to government sanctions, 65th consecutive day of life in Kashmir Valley has been frozen.
local markets and other stores are closed. Vehicles belonging to the public transport system are yet to hit the road.
Only private vehicles, taxis and autos are circulating. Landline telephone service in Kashmir revived. Cell phone services are not yet available in most areas.
Meanwhile, the house arrests of the leaders of the major parties, including former CMs, NC presidents and vice-presidents Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah, are continuing.