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Death toll in Shopian firing incident rises to 6, strict restrictions imposed at various places in Kashmir Valley
Chinar Corps Commander, Lt Gen J.S. Sandhu said that the army will continue to keep the situation under control while targeting terrorists.
All exams scheduled for Saturday by the University of Kashmir have been cancelled.
The operation was a heavy blow to the Lashker terror outfit which lost its self-styled commander Junaid Mattoo and two others in an encounter at Arwin village in the Anantnag district on June 17.
The army chief said that misinformed Kashmir youth are picking up arms and their forces are working day and night to bring normalcy in Kashmir.
The authorities suspended the mobile internet services in the Kashmir Valley following the death of a youth in security search firing.
The paramilitary personnel deployed in Valley are being given additional training on how to tackle and deal with the law and order situation.
Police arrested over 5600 people from across the Valley during five the unrest to end the turmoil and restore normalcy.
National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today demanded that Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti resign for adopting a 'casual' approach.
The National Conference's working president said that this was an 'abhorrent ploy to destroy the future of the children.'
With Kashmir daily life still paralyzed by strikes and rolling curfews, dozens of students find refuge in their learning centres and schools.
Meeting lasted for two hours during which the KCCI representatives briefed the team about the prevailing situation in the Valley.