No medical facilities are available alongside more than 700 miles long Ceasefire Line in POJK.By Suhail S
16 Apr 2020
Pakistan Occupied Kashmir is facing serious shortages of food.
No medical facilities are available alongside more than 700 miles long Ceasefire Line in POJK.
People are running dangerously short on food supplies.
A bag of 20 kg flour which was under 700 rupees (Indian rupees 350 approx) per bag before Corona virus struck the region is now being sold at more than Rs 1200 a bag.
Punjab flour mills are selling flour to Pakistan occupied Jammu Kashmir regions at extortionate rates.
There are 23 constituencies along the Ceasefire Line in POJK that are being badly affected by food shortages.
People of the region request Indian government to send food ration via Rajouri and Jammu to the above mentioned villages.