Authorities on Tuesday relaxed curfew, clamped on parts of Srinagar following sectarian clashes, for two hours even as moderate separatist leaders staged a rally in violence-hit areas urging people to maintain peace.
Curfew was relaxed for few hours in trouble-torn Sirsa with normalcy slowly returning in the area after two days of restriction clamped in the wake of a clash between followers of Dera Sacha Sauda and a group of Sikhs.
Amidst army flag march, curfew was relaxed for eight hours on Monday in most part of the toruble-torn Kokrajhar district with no fresh incident of violence reported during the past 48 hours, official sources said.
Residents of southern and eastern
parts of Srinagar city and Kakapora in Pulwama town in south
Kashmir got much-needed respite from six days of curfew
as the prohibitory orders were relaxed for seven hours in