In Pictures: Kashmir lockdown enters second month

Published: September 5, 2019
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Bottles filled with petrol are kept for sale at a roadside during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Bottles filled with petrol are kept for sale at a roadside during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Tourist taxis are seen parked at a stand during Kashmir lockdown. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Tourist taxis are seen parked at a stand during Kashmir lockdown. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A Kashmiri woman walks past an Indian security personnel as he stands guard in front of closed shops. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A Kashmiri woman walks past an Indian security personnel as he stands guard in front of closed shops. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Kashmiri women walk on a deserted road. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Kashmiri women walk on a deserted road. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A Kashmiri woman walks past the locked Jamia Masjid (grand mosque). (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A Kashmiri woman walks past the locked Jamia Masjid (grand mosque). (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A closed school is pictured during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A closed school is pictured during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Room keys are pictured at a reception desk of an empty hotel. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Room keys are pictured at a reception desk of an empty hotel. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Buses are seen parked at a closed school area in Indian Occupied Kashmir. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Buses are seen parked at a closed school area in Indian Occupied Kashmir. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A man riding a motorbike is seen through a road blockade. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A man riding a motorbike is seen through a road blockade. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

An indoor stadium is seen locked during restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

An indoor stadium is seen locked during restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

An empty children's park is pictured in Srinagar. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

An empty children’s park is pictured in Srinagar. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A hotel that has been turned into a detention center is pictured during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

A hotel that has been turned into a detention centre is pictured during restrictions. (PHOTO: REUTERS)

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