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Valley remains shut for 68th successive day

At least 85 people have been killed and around 11,500 injured in the worst unrest in Kashmir valley

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Publish Date: Sep 14 2016 1:25PM | Updated Date: Sep 14 2016 1:25PM

Valley remains shut for 68th successive day

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Authorities continued to imposed heavy deployment of security forces in Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir Valley on Wednesday.

 
It remains shut for the 68th consecutive day.
 
Security forces were not stopping individual movement on Wednesday as people were seen moving in the old city as also uptown areas of Srinagar.
 
All internet services remained suspended for the third day on Wednesday.
 
Operation of mobile phones except BSNL postpaid phones also remain suspended for last three days.
 
Incoming calls facility on all prepaid phones remain suspended in the valley since July 9, a day after terrorist Burhan Wani was killed in a gunfight with security forces.
 
At least 85 people have been killed and around 11,500 injured in the worst unrest in the valley.