An Indian paramilitary soldier stands guard during an undeclared curfew in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 28 June 2012. The historical shrine of 11th century saint, Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (locally called Dastgeer Sahib) gutted in a devastated fire on 25 June. The fire caused massive damage to the shrine,Normal life across Kashmir remained disrupted for the fourth day today due to a strike called by the Grand Mufti of the state over the gutting of the 200-year-old Dastageer Sahib shrine in Khanyar area of Srinagar.Schools, colleges, offices, shops and other commercial establishments remained closed in response to the strike called by Grand Mufti Mohammad Bashiruddin Ahmad, who termed the destruction of the shrine as the "worst conspiracy. Photo/Altaf Zargar/Zuma Press
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