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SRINAGAR, 29 March 2020, TON: Lieutenant General Nirbhay Sharma while briefing at Corps Headquarters said that over 890 Kashmiris were arrested and 337 FIRs registered in various districts of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday, 29 March. He revealed that most of them have been released, however, 89 suspected Kashmiris are still under detention. Details of those arrested during the last 15 days, however, could not be obtained.
Director General of Jammu and Kashmir police Dilbag Singh told the media that 337 FIRs have been registered and 627 persons arrested for violating prohibitory orders in the Union Territory (Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir) amid the coronavirus outbreak. He added, 118 shops and 490 vehicles were seized for defying the government orders.
The Indian controlled Jammu and Kashmir administration passed orders on 22 March for a shutdown of all establishments, except those providing essential services and commoditiesto control spread of coronavirus.
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