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Curfew lifted in Valley, 26 injured in clashes

Curfew was on Sunday lifted after two days in Kashmir Valley where over 26 persons, including security personnel were injured in fresh clashes during a strike called by separatists to protest against the firing incident in Ramban district that had left four persons dead.

Minor protests were witnessed in Gool and Sangaldan towns of Ramban district in Jammu region during Sunday's bandh to press for the arrest of those involved in the July 18 firing incident in Dharam.
‘Situation is under control and no report of any untoward incident was received from Jammu region,’ a police spokesman said.
The bandh came close on the heels of the visit of a team of district officials to review the situation and inquire into the firing incident.

Authorities lifted curfew from all parts of the Valley this morning in view of the improvement in the law and order situation, official sources said.
26 persons injured in clashes at many places in Srinagar while stonepelting incidents were also reported from Barzulla in uptown, Khanyar, Nowhatta, Safakadal, Rajouri kadal, Gojwara and some other areas in the old city.Police and paramilitary forces used tear gas shells and fired pellet guns to chase away protesters, the sources said.
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