Srinagar, Oct. 10 -- Early Times Report

Jammu and Kashmir reopened for tourists on Thursday. The development comes more than two months after the government had advised the tourists and pilgrims to leave the state, just before the Centre's decision to end the special status to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, as it abrogated Article 370.

Making an announcement on tourism, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said tourists desirous of undertaking visits to the state shall be provided with all necessary assistance and logistical support.

"Security advisory requesting tourists visiting J&K to curtail their stay in the Kashmir valley, is hereby withdrawn. Tourists desirous of undertaking visiting to the state shall be provided all necess...