Kashmir farmers struggle from India restrictions

Restrictions on communication and movement since Indian government revoked region's autonomy are having a devastating impact on businesses.

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    Farmers in Indian-administered Kashmir say restrictions on communication and movement are having a devastating impact on their businesses.

    The Indian government revoked the region's autonomy and sent in soldiers nine weeks ago.

    It also shut down internet and telephone lines.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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