Appeals people to maintain law and order
Srinagar: Amid the Joint Resistance Leaders shutdown call, there will be no curfew like restriction tomorrow across the Kashmir, however the necessary security arrangement has been discussed and all precautionary measures will be taken to maintain the law and order.
Inspector General of Police for Kashmir, Syed Javaid Mujtaba Geelani told KNS that, all necessary measures will be taken to maintain law and order and deployment will be placed to keep vigil.
“There will be no curfew or restriction in Kashmir, but all necessary steps have been taken to keep calm,” IGP Kashmir Syed Javaid Mujtaba Geelani said.
Appealing to the people of Kashmir to maintain peace, IGP said that people are requested not to pay any heed to the rumours and maintain calmness to avoid any untoward situation.
He said that JK police is to provide security the residents and people can sought any type of help fort their security.
The Joint Resistance Leadership Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik have called a complete shutdown on February 13 and “Kulgam Chaloo” on February 15against the killings of two civilians during a gunfight in Frisal village of Kulgam district earlier today, triggering protests and clashes.
Four militants, two soldiers and two civilians were killed today. (KNS)