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Srinagar administration was forced to re-impose restrictions on public movement and non-essential activities as ordered on May 31 will continue to remain enforced till further orders. Such drastic measures were taken after a high level meeting as in a single day over 600 people were tested positive due to corona virus.

Administration has asked the general public to ensure strict adherence to the order which prohibits all non-essential movement and activities in the district of Srinagar. Such restrictions have been imposed in most of the areas of Kashmir valley.

Administration has directed for strict action against violations and cautioned that non-permitted activities will attract strict legal proceedings against them.

It is worth mentioning that the May 31 order permits only essential services to operate and prohibits all other activities in the district of Srinagar.

The order added more essential services to the list of permissible activities from June 1 than were allowed to operate prior to this date. The decision was taken after extensive consultations with experts and stakeholders and trainings of service operators.

The administration has said that another review of the situation and another round of consultations with different wings of the district administration and the law enforcement agencies as well as experts and stakeholders will be held on the evening of June 8.

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