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Normal functioning reported from large parts of J&K: Government

SRINAGAR, AUGUST 20:  The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Tuesday said that normal functioning of large parts of the State was reported today with 12 out of 22 districts functioning normally.

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Addressing an evening presser here, Principal Secretary, Planning & Development, Rohit Kansal, who is also Government’s spokesperson, said that out of 197 police stations across J&K, 136 police stations have no day time restrictions.

Commenting on the situation of Kashmir valley, Mr Kansal said that middle level schools would start functioning from tomorrow in the areas where primary schools resumed functioning from yesterday.

He said public transport has started plying in areas where relaxations have been provided and inter-district transport has also started functioning, adding that National Highway and Airports are functioning normally.

On the position of stock & supply in Kashmir valley, the Spokesperson said there was adequate supply of essentials and 13,287 LPG cylinders were distributed among consumers during the few days.

He said out of 93,000 landlines, 73,000 landlines have started functioning and rest of the landlines would operate soon.

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