Kashmiri refugees want resolution

Thousands live in Kashmir's makeshift refugee camps in Pakistani-administered Kashmir.

    Pakistan and India have already fought three major wars, two of which were over the disputed territory of Kashmir.

    Almost six decades on, the problem remains unresolved and the two nuclear armed neighbours stand face to face over a dividing line known by the two as the Line of Control.

    That line that has also divided families and led many on the Indian side to seek refuge across the border on the Pakistani side.

    More than 30,000 people live in makeshift refugee camps in Pakistani-administered Kashmir, known here as Azad or "Free" Kashmir.

    Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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