Truckers from Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and other places are lined up outside FCI godowns in the valley and the entire highway is humming with activity.
The Kashmir valley saw violent protests on Friday, resulting in two deaths, following secessionists call to hold demonstrations.
Nine days after curfew was clamped in the Valley, Kashmir remained peaceful on Monday.
Separatist leader Shabir Shah, a witness to the killing of his colleague Sheikh Abdul Aziz, was arrested at Rawalpora on Friday.
For the third consecutive day, chirping of birds could be heard in the Valley’s pollution-free environs that resonated with secessionist slogans for most of last fortnight.
Five persons were killed when security forces thwarted the attempt of separatists to drive thousands of people to Lal Chowk on Monday.
Around 7,00,000 people drove to Eidgah maidan in Srinagar to take part in a march called by separatist Kashmiri leaders.
Panic shopping across the Kashmir valley, on the eve of another spell of strike, in last three days has left the market almost empty.
A confidential official report has confirmed that there is a fall in the number of trucks to and from the Kashmir Valley.
Violence continued in Jammu on Wednesday, even as the state administration geared up to resume dialogue with the Shri Amarnath Yatra Sangharsh Samiti (SAYSS).
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