Kashmir Valley

Restrictions were imposed in Srinagar city on Friday after posters issued by separatists called on people to march to the local United Nations military observer group office, officials said.

In a series of tweets, Rashid had on Sunday said, "People are saying that Jammu and Kashmir Police has no authority on law and order situation. They have been rendered powerless. Everything is in the hands of paramilitary forces. One SHO was transferred on complaint of a CRPF man. SHOs carrying batons. Service revolvers can't be seen on them."

The government would hold roadshows in several cities including Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru in the country and some cities like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapur, London and Malaysia.

Chowdhury sought an explanation from Shah about how he could change the status of Jammu and Kashmir without taking into consideration other stakeholder and alleged that the Centre had brought in these rules in an "illegal manner".

J&K DGP Singh said that the overall number of active terrorists in the Valley and in the Jammu region has come down. Asked about the increase in troop numbers in the state, Singh said: "We had been into a number of activities since last few months. Our troops that have been deployed did not get a chance to relax for a while."

Students and security forces clash at Amar Singh College in Srinagar during students' protest over Bandipora rape case.

The separatist group is alleged to be involved in anti-national and subversive activities in the country and is in close touch with militant outfits.

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