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Normal life was affected in Kashmir Valley Thursday due to a hartal called by pro-freedom camp against the killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari and civilians recently in forces’ action in south Kashmir.
Most of the shops, fuel stations and other business establishments in Srinagar the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir were shut.
The pro-freedom camp, under the banner of Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), on Tuesday called for a strike for today against the killing of Bukhari and civilians.
The spokesman said the JRL demands an international probe into Bukhari’s gruesome murder.
Bukhari was shot dead, along with his two personal guards, outside his office in Press Enclave here on 14 June by unknown gunmen.
Authorities have suspended train services in Kashmir as a precautionary measure.