Srinagar: The local police and central paramilitary forces on Monday enforced restrictions in parts of valley to hold back rallies and protests on the 3rd death anniversary of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani.
Tral, the hometown of Wani in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, also remained under forces grid on his 3rd death anniversary.
Elsewhere in the Valley, a shutdown called by ‘Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL)’, to commemorate Wani’s “martyrdom” brought life to a standstill.
While as, The authorities said that the overall situation remained “peaceful and under control” across the Valley.
However, the travel by Amarnath pilgrims from Jammu was suspended for Monday “as a precautionary measure”.
Meanwhile, authorities on Monday also suspended rail services for security reasons. An official said that the train service was suspended following an advisory received from authorities on Sunday night.
Authorities also suspended mobile Internet service in South Kashmir districts and the speed had been reduced in other districts of Kashmir valley.