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  • chandrasekhar

    dear ms uzma, I also heard a version from one of my friends who was involved in carrying relief material to Srinagar. as per him there was an advance indication given to many shop keepers etc in lalchowk and other areas and they moved their valuables away to homes of relatives in higher ground like gulmarg etc. secondly though shops were closed but back door supplies continued to be given to locals while tourists suffered. you may like to cooroborate,
    regards chandru

  • saltaf

    Kay manzarkasì ke hai, bahut kub, uzma falak u r grt

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