Curfew continued in south Kashmir's Pulwama for the fourth consecutive day today after clashes had erupted between forces and protesters during a gunfight.
The curfew was imposed on Friday after nine people were injured in firing allegedly by Army in Pulwama town, some 55 kms from Jammu and Kashmir's summer capital Srinagar.
Though the curfew was lifted last evening but it was reimposed following incidents of stone hurling in the town.
A top administrative officer in Pulwama told Kashmir Dispatch that roll number slips of the students appearing in different exams today will be treated as curfew passes.
Government forces claiming they did not open fire on the people. But, police yesterday filed a FIR against the army. The FIR has been booked for ransacking, arson and unprovoked firing.
An Army official, however refutes the claims, saying his men "were not even present in Pulwama chowk when the firing took place. The injured are recuperating at various hospitals in Srinagar.