SRINAGAR – Security is on red alert in Srinagar, Occupied Kashmir, ahead of scheduled visit of Prime Minister Narendra Moodi on 8 December, International Media reported.
Security is set on high alert before expected visit of Prime Minister of India Narendra Moodi in Srinagar, Occupied Kashmir.
Security forces have started search operation in surrounding towns of the city. All important highways, government offices and military camps have been sealed to avoid any security issue.
Cameras have been fixed in all markets of area to observe the movement of people. The stadium where Narendra Modi will deliver speech is sealed completely and a large numbers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been deployed to keep security check on the stadium.
All internal and external routes of the city are also under observation and temporary check posts are established. Movement of common man is getting difficult due to through checking on every check post.
Same strict checking is practicing in Islamabad, Pulwama, Pampore and enti pora and people are facing difficulty in daily life matters.
District Bar council in Occupied Kashmir has decided to boycott on the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Moodi.
It is important to remind that 13 Indian security officials including a lieutenant colonel and one assistant sub inspector of police were killed in a militant attack on Indian army camp at Mohra a day before.
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