Deepak while addressing the students said that the decision so imposed by the government on Indian army is purely with the intention of the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to slow down operation All Out in the valley.
But the Home Ministry statement said that security forces would reserve the right to retaliate if attacked or if it was essential to protect the lives of innocent people.
Er Rasheed added that dozens of videos circulating in social media are ample proof to conclude that the black sheep in Jammu and Kashmir Police have brought a bad name to the entire police force, wh+-ich otherwise has a good number of God-fearing and pro-Kashmir elements in it.
Mir said that the announcement is a big leap toward peace and efforts of the PDP leadership for peace and dialogue are making bearing fruit.
They reiterated their call for shutdown during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Kashmir on May 19.
Briefing media persons here on Thursday, State President of Janata Dal United (JDU), G.M Shah said that after the death of Burhan Wani there is volatility in the State due to the ill-conceived and confused policies of the unholy alliance of the PDP and BJP.
It is the same Prime Minister who has directed its forces and local agents to kill each and every freedom loving Kashmiri and the same Modi is staging drama of visiting the disputed region as if nothing wrong was going here, the spokesman said.
Mehbooba Mufti also thanked all the political parties in the State which backed her idea of cessation of hostilities in one voice during the All Parties Meeting convened by her recently.
The move of the Centre is similar to the Non Initiation of Combat Operations (NICO) announced by the first NDA government, headed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, during Ramzan in 2000. "Now if the militants don't respond in kind they will stand exposed as the true enemies of the people", he wrote on Twitter.