SRINAGAR -- Curfew continued today in many parts of Kashmir, a day after fresh violence left three persons dead and 150 injured, while normal life remained paralysed for the 29 consecutive day.
"Curfew remains in force in six police station areas of Srinagar -- Nowhatta, Khanyar, Rainawari, Safakadal, Maharajgunj and Batamaloo -- as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order," a police official said.
He said curfew was also in force in four towns of Budgam district -- Chadoora, Khansahib, Magam and Budgam , Anantnag town and Khanpora area of Baramulla district.
"Restrictions on assembly of four or more people continue to remain in effect in rest of the Valley," the official said.
He said the curbs on movement of people had to be extended today in view of fresh violence in some parts of the Valley yesterday which left three persons dead and over 150 others injured.
54 people have died and more than 6,000 injured in clashes between protesters and security forces following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter on July 8.
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah has questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'silence' on the situation in the Valley.
The opposition National Conference working president had on Friday hit out at the Centre for claiming that the situation in the Valley was improving.
Normal life remained disrupted due to the curbs imposed by the authorities and the separatist sponsored strike.
Schools, colleges, business establishments, petrol pumps banks and private offices remained closed while public transport remained off roads.
The attendance in government offices was also thin, the official said.
Mobile internet services continued to remain snapped in the entire Valley where the outgoing facility on prepaid connections is barred.
The separatist camp has extended the shutdown call in Kashmir till August 12.
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