Authorities decided to re-open schools and colleges across the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday after shutting them the previous day to maintain law and order in the wake of a gunfight that killed three militants.
"All schools and colleges will re-open today (Tuesday) in the valley. Although the District Magistrates will decide if any educational institution needs to shut again for security concerns," officials said here.
The separatists have also said that there would be no shutdown in the valley.
The educational institutions were ordered to shut down on Monday after the gunfight in Anantnag district.
While the Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen (TuM) outfit said Essa was a commander of their outfit, Islamic State (IS) flags were seen in funeral procession of the slain militant in Srinagar's Ahmed Nagar area on Monday evening.
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