Following remaining restricted to their homes for days, people in Kashmir offered prayers on Friday in their local mosques as limitations were raised for the mission, officials stated, uniting the Valley was widely peaceful barring minor events of stone-pelting in the apple-town of Sopore in north Kashmir.
People, who have been essentially been held indoors as of massive security deployment in the track of the elimination of special status for Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcation of the state, were permitted to go to mosques in their localities without being charged by security personnel.
With no unfortunate episode, the circumstances, as of now, was proclaimed to be fine in the Srinagar city and south Kashmir, the officials stated but added that reports from all regions are yet to report.
The Jammu district government on Friday revoked prohibitory commands following CrPC Section 144 forced in Jammu on August 5 as of the Centre repealing constitutional terms that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, as per an official order.
As per the order announced by Jammu District Magistrate Sushma Chauhan, all schools, colleges and academic institutions may reopen their functioning regularly from August 10.
The officials stated there were minor conflicts of stone-pelting in Sopore town of north Kashmir but was held quickly and the mob scattered.