Srinagar: After a day break strike call called by Hurriyat Conference (G), and curfew restrictions in some parts cripples normal life in Kashmir valley.
Â According to Agence India Press, shops and business establishments remained closed today, after doing brisk business yesterday, in, Srinagar and its adjoining areas.Â
Â Transport was off the roads. The State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC) buses also remained grounded. However, Attendance in the government offices, banks and educational institutions remain thin today.Â
Â Streets, which were flooded with people yesterday, again wore a deserted look today with security forces deployed on both sides of the Nallahmar road from Qamarwari to Bashimbar Nagar.Â Â
Â Elsewhere, in the south Kashmir a complete shutdown has crippled life with all shops and business establishments closed and traffic off the roads.
Â Â However, adequate security forces remained deployed to thwart any untoward incident.Â
Â Life remained paralysed in this and other towns and tehsil headquarters in north Kashmir, a report from Baramulla said. Business and other activities remained paralysed and traffic remained off the roads.
Â Only a few public vehicles were seen plying while all private ones remained off the roads in Srinagar.
Kashmir Valley has been on the boil since mid-June with 65 people killed till date as a result of clashes between stone-pelting mobs and security forces, which regularly have to restore to firing to control the situation.