'Indian govt treating us as if we are living in a jail'.

 
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SRINAGAR -- In occupied Kashmir, hundreds of Kashmiri Hindu families living in the camps of Jammu have said that the authorities are intimidating and harassing them in the name of verification, with notices being pasted on doors of their quarters if they are found locked for a few weeks. Families living in Jagti, Muthi, Nagrota and Purkhoo housing nearly 10,000 Pandit families in two-room tenements said the respective camp commandants start enquiring about the whereabouts of a family if it is not found in the quarter.

Many families are afraid to even visit relatives or their children studying or working outside the territory as if their residence is found locked, zonal officers of the Relief Department visit that particular building and paste notices. 'My two children are working outside Jammu and I had gone to visit my son and planned to stay there for two months. But within days, camp...

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