Curfew has been imposed in Kashmir valley on August 4 & 5 as the country's newest Union Territory marks a year since it was formed. Srinagar district magistrate in an order said they have got information about ‘separatists and Pakistan sponsored groups planning to observe August 5 as Black Day.’ “Protests are not ruled out. There are specific inputs about violent protests endangering public life and property," the order for Srinagar district said, though the curfew is applicable across Kashmir valley. People engaged in essential services amid the COVID-19 pandemic are allowed to move, the order said. Article 370 was removed by the central government last year to ‘integrate’ Jammu & Kashmir with the rest of India. The erstwhile state was also bifurcated into the two new union territories - J&K & Ladakh. To mark the occasion, the BJP is planning an "Ek Bharat, Ek Aatma Bharat (One India, One Soul India)" campaign across J&K & Ladakh on August 5. Watch the video to know the timeline.