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Three weeks on from flood, people in Kashmir still stranded

ANI | 25 Sep 2014, 11:00 pm
Rajouri, Sep 25 (ANI): Victims of the Kashmir floods said that they are still homeless, as many houses had collapsed during the worst natural disaster that had hit Jammu and Kashmir in a century. Hundreds of people have been killed and tens of thousands are homeless. Authorities say the cost of damage in Jammu and Kashmir may run into billions of dollars. Villagers of Rajouri district said they haven't still got any tents or alternate arrangements after their houses collapsed in the devastation. Villagers are forced to live on the streets due to lack of availability of shelter and have run out of food that they had.

Three weeks on from flood, people in Kashmir still stranded

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