Baramulla shuts down to mourn LeT militant’s killing Colleges closed in Baramulla, opens in Sopore
Baramulla July 18: A complete shutdown is being observed in north Kashmir’s Baramulla town to mourn the death of a local militant in Sopore gunfight on Wednesday.
All the shops and other business establishments are closed in the town, while thin movement of private transport is being witnessed on the roads in Baramulla town.
Reports said that people from the Baramulla and its neighboring areas are visiting the residence of the slain militant to offer condolence to the family.
A 20 year old Adnan Channa of Arampora Baramulla was killed in a gunfight with government forces in Gun Brath area of Sopore on Wednesday. Adnan was missing in april 23, he had joined Lashker-e-Toiba militant outfit in the month of june this year.
Meanwhile to prevent any law and order problem Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Dr G.N Ittoo ordered closure of Degree Colleges in Baramulla town today as a precautionary measure. While as Sopore Colleges will remain open today.