Kashmir crisis: Restrictions by government hit medicine supply

Medicine sellers say with disruptions to the internet and reliable phone services, they have not been able to place new orders in weeks.

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    The Indian government is easing some restrictions put in place in the disputed Kashmir region weeks after New Delhi revoked the area's semi-autonomous status.

    But that is not helping many of those who are ill or injured.

     

    Al Jazeera's Faiz Jamil reports from the city of Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir.


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