Authorities impose strict lockdown in Srinagar, other districts

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the weekend lockdown has been once again strictly imposed in Srinagar and other districts of the Kashmir Valley.

The authorities claimed that the weekend lock-down was imposed in Srinagar and other districts to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading.

All the markets and shops across Srinagar, especially in commercial hub, Lal Chowk, remained closed.

Pertinently, the District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of Srinagar had said that strict action will be taken against Covid protocol violators and those found not wearing masks in public places will have to face FIR.

Meanwhile, as per a statement, during the last 24 hours, police have lodged 04 FIRs and also real-ized fine to the tune of Rs 7,29,300 from 4963 peo-ple throughout the Kashmir valley for violating the various guidelines, rules and SOPs regarding Covid-19.—KMS

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