Continued lockdown badly hits healthcare in IOK.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- The continued strict military lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir has badly affected the healthcare services in the Kashmir Valley due to shortage of life saving drugs in hospitals.

According to reporter, life-saving drugs for diabetes, heart and cancer patients were out of stock in the Kashmir Valley, with many foreboding a medical emergency if no supplies arrive in the next few days.

The attendants say that they were being forced to purchase the life saving from open market on exorbitant rates.

A couple of attendants said that Medical Superintendent of SMHS Hospital, Srinagar, told them categorically...

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