Monday, 29 August 2016

Kashmir's longest curfew ends

The longest ever 51 days curfew in Kashmir is now ends, but it is continued in some areas of Shrinagar and Pulwama town.

A government spokesperson said valley was peaceful sunday, barring a few incidents of stone-throwing in the areas of south Kashmir. The government crackdown against separatist leaders and their supporters, but continued across the valley. On sunday police arrested Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Shah Gelani"s deputy Ashraf Sehraj from his home in shrinagar and taken to jail.

Saifullah was questioned by a five-member team of the National Investigation Agency that has been camping in Srinagar since Friday. The NIA team led by an inspector-general of police, sources say, has interrogated three people but hasn’t made any arrests. Sources said the team had called for questioning the account holders of two “accounts with suspicious transactions”. “One of them came in and explained about the account,” a source said. “He wasn’t arrested but the investigation is still on. The other account holder hasn’t come yet.”

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