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Jammu: Paramilitary personnel stand guard during restrictions, in Jammu, Wednesday, Aug 07, 2019. Restrictions have been imposed in several districts of Jammu and Kashmir after the state lost its special status and was bifurcated on Tuesday as Parliament approved a resolution scrapping Article 370 of the Constitution and passed a bill to split the state into two Union Territories. (PTI Photo)(PTI8_7_2019_000069B)

Jammu and Kashmir situation in all the three regions remained peaceful

Newdelhi:8/8/19:In Jammu and Kashmir, situation in all the three regions remained peaceful for the fourth consecutive day today amid imposition of section 144.

Some shops opened in Srinagar and the movement of people was seen on the roads despite the restrictions. However, people in Kashmir Valley mostly remained indoors due to strict enforcement of Section 144.

Shops re-opened in most parts of Jammu and Kathua districts and private traffic was plying normally today.

In Kathua district Government offices, Banks and Public Sector Undertakings functioned normally today. Schools and colleges also re-opened in the district.

In Ramban district of Jammu Division, a six-hour relaxation was given in the ongoing restrictions on the movement of people and vehicles from 10 am to 4 pm in the major towns except in Banihal which passed off peacefully.

In Reasi, Government offices and Banks resumed functioning from today. Schools and Colleges remained close in Jammu Division today except Kathua districts. In Samba district situation remained peaceful and authorities have decided to re-open schools and colleges from tomorrow.

However, restrictions remained enforced in Rajouri, Doda, Kathua and Poonch districts of Jammu Division.

In Kargil district of Ladakh, Several people were detained after they defied restrictions and took out a rally to protest against the revoking of Article 370 of the constitution.

Later, the Joint Action Committee Kargil submitted a memorandum to the president of India through the deputy commissioner of Kargil.

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