‘Relaxations increased to 81 police stations, 15 more exchanges operationalized across Kashmir’
SRINAGAR, AUGUST 27: The Government has decided to reopen high schools from Wednesday in the areas where restrictions have already been lifted.
At ajoint press briefing here by Director Information and Public Relations, Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar, Director School Education Kashmir, Muhammad Younis Malik and Senior Superintendent of Police Srinagar,Haseeb Mughal, said that the government has decided to reopen high schools in the areas where restrictions have been removed.
On the situation in Kashmir, it was informed that day time restrictions have been lifted from 81 police stations which was earlier 69 police stations and restrictions would be eased out in ten more police stations by Thursday.
The police stations where restrictions were lifted include north Kashmir’s Hajin, Kreeri, Dangiwacha and Vilgam. In south Kashmir the police stations include Anantnag, Kulgam, Tral and Shopian. Similarly, in central Kashmir the police stations where restrictions have been removed include Nishat, Shergari, Beerwah and Chrar-e-Sharief.
It was also informed that no major law and order incident was reported from anywhere across the Valley.
Regarding the landline phones restoration, it was informed that the landlines are being restored in the areas where restrictions have been lifted with 15 more exchanges have been operationalized across the Valley.
It was further informed that in Anantnag district the exchanges which are being made operational include Lakripora, Kokernag, Doru and Veeri.
Similarly, in Baramulla district Fatehgarh, Gadkhud, Wagoora, Raohama, Salamabad, Watergam, Kunzer and Singpora exchanges are being operationalized.
In central Kashmir’s Budgam district, Khan Sahib and Magam while in Kupwara district Trehgam exchanges are being restored, the presser was told.