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Separatists protest in Srinagar against PM Narendra Modi’s visit

Police and paramilitary soldiers patrolled Srinagar, Kashmir's main city, to prevent demonstrations.

By: Associated Press | Srinagar |
Updated: October 24, 2014 11:25:08 am
Indian policemen check passing vehicles on a street in Srinagar on Thursday. (Source: AP) Indian policemen check passing vehicles on a street in Srinagar on Thursday. (Source: AP)

Shops and businesses are closed in Kashmir because of the protest by separatist groups against the visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Police and paramilitary soldiers patrolled Srinagar, Kashmir’s main city, to prevent demonstrations.

Modi on Thursday met with aid groups and political parties in Srinagar to discuss ways to help thousands of Kashmiris left homeless by devastating floods last month. Angry Kashmir residents say the government’s response to the flooding has been inadequate.

Modi earlier on Thursday visited Indian soldiers stationed on the Siachen Glacier, known as the world’s highest battlefield, to greet them on Diwali, a major Hindu festival.

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