- On the advisory issue, the biggest crowd was seen at petrol pumps, ATMs, medical and general stores.
- Air India announces exemption in cancellation / rescheduling fees of all flights to Kashmir by August 15
Srinagar (Isfaq ul Hasan). After the advisory was issued, people suddenly flocked to the markets in Srinagar. The biggest crowd was seen at petrol pumps, ATMs, medical and general stores. After four o’clock in the evening, vehicles suddenly started coming at the petrol pumps of Srinagar. There were also carts of tourists, who left for Jammu before nightfall.
Ayesha Sheikh, who arrived at Lal Chowk, the main market of Srinagar, said that after the issue of advisory, she has come here to buy essential goods. State tourism director Nisar Ahmad Wani said that there are 20,000 tourists in Kashmir right now. Obviously, tourists will leave in a couple of days.
On the other hand, Air India has announced exemption in cancellation / rescheduling fees of all flights to Kashmir till 15 August. Ashfaq Sadiq Doug, president of the Travel Agent Association of Kashmir, said that these circumstances can destroy the economy here. In Kashmir, there is a lot of chaos in the outsiders. There are about 4 lakh people in Kashmir. They are from Bihar, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan.