Delhi’s Restrictions Turn Srinagar Into Ghost City

The streets of Srinagar were largely deserted on Monday and most schools and shops were closed even though authorities say they were re-opening close to 200 elementary schools in Kashmir’s largest city. Residents are angered over the Indian government’s decision to downgrade the status of the Indian-administered side – Jammu and Kashmir – from a federal state and split into two union territories. Video footage by VOA’s Urdu service shows Srinagar as a ghost city. VOA’s Zlatica Hoke reports.
Originally published at – https://morigin.voanews.eu/a/5049080.html

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