Pakistan bars relief goods to flood-hit Indian Kashmir


MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) barred activists from taking relief goods intended for flood victims to the border of Indian-controlled Kashmir, where delays in aid have created widespread anger among residents. Around 300 protesters from Pakistan-administered Kashmir took 11 truckloads of relief goods to the border town of Chakothi in an attempt to send them across the border for flood victims on the Indian-controlled side of the mountainous region.



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