Srinagar, November 08:The life in the Valley remained crippled, as the ongoing freedom uprising has completed four months, today.
Shops, business establishments, petrol pumps and educational institutions continued to remain closed across the Valley on 123rd day of uprising.
At least five shops were gutted in a mysterious fire in Bijbehara area of Anantnag district. The shops were destroyed in the blaze in Zirpora locality of Bijbehara – the home town of puppet Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti.
A school suffered damage in mysterious fire in Langate area in Kupwara while father of two girls was booked under infamous Public Safety Act (PSA) in Bandipora district.
Kashmir has been observing shutdown since July 8, the day when Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed by Indian troops in Kokernag area.
As many as 112 people have been killed, over 16000 injured and more than 10000 including Hurriyet leaders, youth and government employees arrested in the Valley during the last four months.
Meanwhile, clashes broke out between youth and forces’ personnel in Kareemabad area of Pulwama district after troops cordoned off the village. The youth took to the streets staged protests. The armed personnel resorted to baton charge and fired teargas shells on the agitating youth.