He would be staying at Srinagar's Nehru guest house where he will interact with a cross section of people.


This is the second visit of Singh in a month to the valley where unrest has been continuing for 47 days ever since Hizbul Mujahedeen terrorist Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter with security forces on July 8.

As many as 65 persons, including two cops have been killed and several thousand injured in the clashes that began in the month of July.

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