Srinagar, July 24: Separatist leaders in Kashmir have called for a protest march on Monday to Anantnag in the worst hit south Kashmir region in the recent unrest, throwing a security challenge to the authorities in the state.
Police sources told media persons that the government won’t allow the march and strict curfew would continue in major towns and cities of the Kashmir Valley.
They asked people to observe a shutdown up to 2 p.m. on Tuesday when it will be relaxed till evening.
They also called for a “complete shutdown” and a protest march to south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday. On Thursday, they asked people to continue with the shutdown and assemble in their areas and stage peaceful protests.
On Friday, they asked people to march to Srinagar’s historic Jamia Masjid and participate in a public rally.