Kashmir is slowly returning to normalcy ever since the curfew was imposed in the aftermath of Hizbul Commander Burhan Wani, killed by the Indian Security Forces in the Mountain State. There was a complete lock down on businesses, tourism, educational institutions.
National Institute of Technology(NIT) Srinagar Campus which was to open on July the 27th but could not, is now stated to re-open on the November 28th. Bringing cheers from the students, parents and faculty members.
“The situation has become much better and the incidents of violence have also come down. We are hoping to open the campus and (the) University of Kashmir is also likely to become functional,” a source at the Centre said.
With all the violence and the curfew the students have already suffered a lot losing out on two semesters. In April, A cricket match turned sour and a scuffle followed between local and out-of-state students at the campus, rendering it closed.
The clashes between security forces and the locals added to the greater woes of everyone living under the situation.
With Kashmir finding it ways towards peace and calmness, normalcy is returning to the “Heaven on Earth”. It has been agonizing for all the people of the valley and the entire nation.