In Jammu and Kashmir, restrictions were completely lifted in five district of Jammu and limited to the the night in five district of Jammu.
Based on local assessment of the situation, similar local relaxation was done in the nine other districts of Kashmir.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has strongly refuted some reports in media about firing by security forces and deaths/ injuries.
It has categorically denied that any firing incident has happened in the state.
The government, in a press release, has also reiterated that not a single bullet has been fired by security forces nor has there been any casualty.It further said, that the Government is committed to maintaining peace and public order and people have been most cooperative.
Restrictions on connectivity continue as a result of security requirements acorss the Jammu and Kashmir.
However, people are being facilitated to contact their relatives and children outside the state through widespread deployment of help lines at convenient locations.
Over 5000 calls were made in one day in Srinagar. Over 300 public points for phone connectivity are functional across the Kashmir division.
The Srinagar-based CRPF helpline- 14411- has been re-activated to help those who require help for their families or are in distress.
It also said that help can be sought over its official handle @CRPFmadadgaar.