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Trade, Education hit after RSS leader's killing
4/23/2019 11:20:53 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik

Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 23: Educational institutions in Kishtwar district finally opened on Tuesday after remaining closed for two weeks in the wake of killing of top RSS leader Chanderkant Sharma and his security guard by the militants on April 9.
Schools, coaching institutions and other educational schools resumed work after 14 days, with more than 85% students marking their attendance, sources told Early Times.
The students said their education suffered badly due to continuous curfew and prevailing situation in the town following the brutal attack on the RSS leader. They said the incident has left bad impression on the minds of the students who are trying hard to forget the trauma.
Meanwhile, business and transport has suffered badly due to prevailing situation as night curfew in Kishtwar town and its adjoining areas remains in place from 8 pm.
"We are suffering due to prevailing situation. Business always becomes the target whenever the situation takes ugly turn or any militancy related incident takes place," some local businessmen said.
They called upon the authorities to strengthen the intelligence network and take necessary steps for safeguarding the lives and properties of the common people and the business community.
The businessmen also hailed the people of Kishtwar district for maintaining peace, communal harmony and brotherhood despite attempts being made to destabilize the situation.
The transporters said that the people from adjoining areas no more travel to Kishtwar town and the two days weekly highway ban has also taken heavy toll on their income.
"There is already increase in fuel price and toll tax. Now 8-10 days highway ban in a month has become a headache for the transporters," said a transporter.
He said that even though the court has banned collection of Municipality Adda Tax along the Kishtwar-Jammu National Highway, same is being charged from them at Kishtwar, Thatri, Doda and Batote , and called upon the authorities to take immediate measure to curb this menace.
They also demanded reducing the road tax on commercial vehicles in view of the losses suffered by them due to weekly highway ban.
Meanwhile, even after 14 days, Kishtwar police has failed to make any arrest in connection with the killing of the RSS leader and his PSO, as a result of which there is a great resentment among the people of Kishtwar.
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