Over 88% Drop In Law And Order Incidents In Kashmir Since Article 370 Abrogation: Police

Three years before the abrogation of Article 370, 290 security forces personnel were killed in terror incidents in the Valley, and this number dropped to 174, police said. From August 5, 2016, to August 4, 2019, the Valley witnessed 3,686 law and order incidents, as per the data shared by the policeLaw and order incidents in Kashmir have dropped by over 88 per cent in three years since the revocation of the erstwhile state’s special status compared to the preceding three years, police said on

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