Life in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 is calm with no incidents of major law and order situation reported from around the valley. This news was confirmed by Syed Sehrish Asgar, Directorate of Information and Public Relations of Jammu and Kashmir Monday.
As per reports, Asgar while speaking to the press lauded the public for maintaining peace in the valley. She, however, pointed out to the rumour-mongering about the deteriorating condition in Kashmir and urged the people to not fall prey to the propaganda of the vested interests.
“No incident of law and order has been reported in the Jammu region,” Asgar said.
Meanwhile, VK Birdi, DIG Central Kashmir asserted that areas, where relaxation was extended, have remained peaceful. He added further that some pockets witnessed stone-pelting but the miscreants were dispersed within the framework of the law.
Birdi also reiterated that law and order situation across the Kashmir valley was undisturbed and that no major law and order situation was reported. “The situation is being monitored very closely and it is returning slowly back to normal,” he said.
In anticipation of law and order crisis in Jammu and Kashmir since the abrogation of Article 370, the government has taken precautionary measures to maintain peace in the valley. While life in the strife-torn region is returning to normal, certain anti-social elements have been on the lookout to create disturbance to derail the peace in the region.