Schools and government offices in Kashmir are set to re-open on Monday following ground situation reviews by local administration said Jammu and Kashmir administration. The restrictions in Kashmir will be removed and the government said to the Supreme Court responding to a petition to immediately lift the restrictions on the media after a lockdown that is there for more than 10 days.
The ground situation is reviewed daily and Supreme Court must trust security agencies said government to the top court. Jammu and Kashmir was placed under security cover and orders banning gatherings since August 4 - after the government announced withdrawing special status and bifurcating it into two union territories
Almost 400 political leaders of the Kashmir Valley are under detention. top mainstream political leaders remain under arrest. Two former Chief Ministers - mehbooba mufti and omar abdullah - are among those who have been arrested. More than 50,000 security personnel are on the streets.
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