COVID-19: People of Srinagar behaving as mature citizens, says SSP Sgr

No report of any law and order incident anywhere in district, people offered prayers indoors

Srinagar, May 15: Jammu and Kashmir police Friday said that people of Srinagar district have understood the seriousness of maintaining social distancing and abiding the law as mature citizens and police lauds the people’s cooperation at this crucial juncture.
Police also said that there was no law and order issue reported from anywhere in Srinagar district, which houses over 50 revered shrines and more than 3000 masjids alone. “I want to hail the people of Srinagar for cooperating with the police in the challenging times of Covid-19 pandemic.

People have understood that we are collectively fighting an invisible enemy and its not a law and order issue or something else but a fight to save humans and humanity,” SSP Srinagar, Dr Haseeb Mughal told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

He said that no law and order was reported from any part of Srinagar and people offered prayers in their homes while as proper social distancing was being maintained at important places in the city by the people themselves. “This is how mature citizens behave and we are glad to see a sense of responsibility among the people of Srinagar,” the Srinagar police chief told KNO—(KNO)

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