Bandipora Shuts for Second Consecutive Day to mourn the killing of five militants

September 22

A complete shutdown is being observed in North Kashmir’s Bandipora town for the second consecutive day on Saturday to mourn the killings of five militants by government forces at Shogbaba village during a gunfight.

Sources informed The Kashmiriyat that all the shops and business establishments are shut and the traffic is off the roads.

The authorities besides all the educational institutions including schools and colleges also shut down the internet services in the North kashmir district.

Five Lashkar e Taiba militants were killed on foreign in the gunfight that raged on Thursday and continued for nearly 30 hours.

Author: News Desk

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