Indians in Kashmir 'live in fear' after killings of non-Kashmiris

Eleven non-Kashmiri workers have been killed in the past few weeks after the region's autonomous status was scrapped by the government in New Delhi.

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    Indian workers in Kashmir are fearing for their lives after the region's autonomous status was scrapped by the government in New Delhi.

    Eleven non-Kashmiri workers have been killed in the region in the past few weeks.

    Al Jazeera's Anchal Vohra reports from Budgam in Indian-administered Kashmir.


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