STATE TIMES NEWS Srinagar: Gardens and parks in Kashmir reopened on Wednesday morning after remaining closed for over 100 days due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, officials said. The Jammu and Kashmir administration had on Tuesday announced the reopening of all gardens and parks as part of a gradual unlocking process. Hundreds of morning walkers and joggers flocked to various parks early this morning, the officials said. Those who visited followed precautionary measures like wearing a mask and maintaining minimum distance as advised, they said. Sajad Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Khanyar, said it was a major relief for people like him who cannot do without their morning walk. “For the past month, I have been doing my morning walk on roads. Going to a park is a different feeling altogether,” he said.
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