SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, the imposed curfew and other restrictions in the territory continued on the 9th consecutive day to prevent people from protesting against the innocent killings by Indian forces. Internet service and mobile services remain suspended aggravating the miseries of the restrictions-hit people of the Valley. Due to the communication blockade, the actual situation on ground could not be properly verified. The deployment of troops has been increased across the Valley. Roads have been blocked by using barricades and concertina wires. In many parts of Kashmir including Bijbehara, power supply has been snapped with locals terming it as a deliberate move to suppress anti-India anger ignited by the extrajudicial killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani by Indian troops on July 8. People are facing acute shortage of essential items including medicines due to continued curfew. Residents of most parts of the Valley under curfew complained that they are not even allowed to move out of their homes to arrange food and medicines. However, people defying curfew came out of their houses in Pothkhah, Dangiwacha in Sopore, Hatmulla in Kupwara and Langate in Handwara and staged anti-India protests. At Hatmulla, protesters attacked the police post Hatmulla. The protesters also set on fire a police guard room at Wullar Vintage Park in Bandipora.