Valley: Restrictions imposed in Valley following the killing of a terrorist | India News

SRINAGAR: Security has been ramped up and restrictions imposed in Srinagar on Saturday next the killing of terrorist Mugees Ahmad Mir.

Curfew-like restrictions have been imposed in eight police stations in the city to avoid regulation and order and keep safety in the location.

“Restrictions, less than section 144 CrPc, will keep on being in drive in Parimpora, Khanyar, M R Gunj, Nowahtta, Maisuma, Kralkhud, Rainawari and Safakadal police station parts tomorrow to avoid any regulation and order troubles,” the police said.

All educational institutions and colleges in the city have been closed for the day and lessons at the Kashmir University have been suspended.

Even so, there is no restriction on learners showing for exams.

“The evaluation admit playing cards will be taken care of as curfew passes for learners who are crafting exams tomorrow,” the police extra.

Prepare products and services have been also suspended.

Mir, a resident of the Paranoia, was an affiliate of Zakir Musa, who still left the Hizbul Mujahideen to float an IS affiliate in Kashmir.

On Friday, 3 militants travelling in a automobile opened fire on a police crew at the Zakura crossing on Srinagar-Ganderbal highway, killing sub-inspector Imran Tak and injuring a specific police officer (SPO), the police formal said.

The police crew managed to intercept the automobile and apprehended just one militant, but two other individuals fled from the scene.

Afterwards, police arrived to know that Mugees
, just one of the two militants who experienced managed to escape, was brought residence dead.

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