State Times NewsDODA: Government and private schools in Chenab region reopened on Monday after 14 days as normalcy is prevailing in the region and restrictions were eased. Students who attended the school after 14 days were happy to join schools again and hoping that all will go well. “I am very happy today as after 14 days schools finally opened. I was getting bored at home but now after my school opened, I will study and prepare for examinations,” said a 5th class student Krishan Kumar. In Chenab region consisting of Doda, Ramban and Kishtwar Districts, restrictions were removed from all areas as the situation remained mostly peaceful during the restrictions imposed after the Centre announced the scrapping of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated it into two union territories on August 5. Markets in the Chenab region were opened from 9th of August while public transport is also moving normally. However mobile and Internet services in all 3 districts of Chenab Valley remained suspended for 15th consecutive day.
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