After the abolition of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the situation is gradually normalizing. From today, 190 primary schools in Srinagar are about to reopen. In the midst of the ongoing situation, the authorities have taken all measures to protect the students. Yesterday, DGP Dilbag Singh of Jammu and Kashmir visited Rajouri, Udhampur and Jammu to review the security and law and order situation. Later he presided over a high level meeting in Jammu.
He exchanged views with police officers and employees. The purpose of their meeting was to ensure security in the state. There was a tense situation after the removal of sections 370 and 35 from Jammu and Kashmir. In addition to imposing Act of 144 in the state, a large number of troops have been deployed. However, in the last few days, life seems to be normal. Schools and colleges are also being opened in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, people are being given some concessions despite the implementation of that clause.
Significantly, since the withdrawal of them from Jammu and Kashmir, violence has continued on the Indian border from Pakistan. Efforts are under way to invade the Indian border from Pakistan. At the same time, on Thursday night, Indian army defended the Pakistani soldiers to enter border in the Kerana sector. Pakistan recently violated siege fire in Naushera sector in Jammu and Kashmir. To which the Indian army reacted sharply. However, Indian Army soldier Lance Naik Sandeep Thapa was killed in the incident. The Indian army retaliated by killing 12 Pakistanis.