Hyderabad: The normal life in the Kashmir valley is out of gear for the last 65 days following the abrogation of article 370 and 35A. The curfew-like situation there has made the life of the Kashmiris miserable.
No proper food and medicine
The residents of the valley do not even have enough food and medicine. There is no communication and transportation. Mobile and internet services have also been disconnected. There is no access to media. A limited number of landlines are working. The markets are closed.
The helpless residents of Kashmir are migrating to other places for a better environment.
Last week, a group of 200 people from Badgam, have arrived in Hyderabad after a long journey filled with hardship. They are staying beside Platform No.1 at Falaknuma Railway Station.
The Kashmiris are seeking help from the people for food and medicine. Those of you who wish to extend support to these helpless Kashmiris can visit their camp, verify the information they gave and help them directly.
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