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Curfew continues in Jammu on fourth consecutive day

The in continued on Monday for the fourth consecutive day with authorities likely to take a decision on its later.

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“The that was imposed on February 15 in city will continue today,” the police said.

“A decision on its will be taken later in the day.”

The police said that no untoward incident occurred anywhere in the city on Sunday night.

The was imposed after miscreants torched vehicles and damaged several others carrying number plates of the in protest against the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama that killed 49 CRPF troopers.

Mobile also remained suspended in 


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