Kashmir lockdown limits people's access to mental healthcare

Doctors are now warning that India's recent move revoking autonomy in Indian-administered Kashmir and its security lockdown are limiting people's access to mental healthcare services.

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    The security lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir continues for nearly two months.

    Now doctors say the crackdown is causing stress and anxiety in people, while also limiting their access to mental healthcare services.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.


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