Sopore parts shut against militant killings, Bandipora returns to routine after 5 days

Srinagar: Life returned to routine in Bandipora district of northern Kashmir on Tuesday after five-day shutdown against militant killings.

Five militants were killed last week in Sumlar village of the district in a gunfight with government forces.

Shops and business establishments opened across the district while both private and public transport plied normally.

Meanwhile, a shutdown is being observed in parts of Sopore township against the killing of two militants in a gunfight with government forces on Tuesday.

Shops, commercial establishments in Zaingeer, Harwan and Bomai are closed to mourn the killing of Lashkar militant Abdul Majid Dar and his associate Abu Maaz in a gunfight in Tujjar area on Tuesday.

All educational institutions are closed across in the town while Internet service too remains suspended for third straight day.

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