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Baramulla returns to normalcy after 3 days

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Baramulla, July 20 : After three days of shutdown, life limped back to normalcy in north Kashmir’s Baramulla town on Saturday.

Baramulla town observed a three-day shutdown over the killing of local LeT militant Adnan Chana in a gunfight with forces in Sopore village on Wednesday.

All shops, commercial establishments and government and private offices reopened on Saturday in the town. The public and private transport also plied normally in all routes in the town including old town Baramulla.

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