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Restrictions in Jammu lifted, curbs to continue in some places in Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir ADG

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Restrictions imposed in Jammu have been completely lifted but curbs will continue in some places in Kashmir for a while longer, a senior Jammu and Kashmir police officer said on Wednesday.
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News video: J&K cops brief on restrictions, ask people to celebrate Aug 15 'dabaa ke'

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Jammu and Kashmir police announced that restrictions had been lifted in Jammu. Police said that restrictions were still in place in some parts of Kashmir. ADGP Munir Khan said Pakistan was unleashing propaganda.

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