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Wife Murdered | Rise In Domestic Violence During The Pandemic | COVID 19 | Jammu & Kashmir

In Poonch district of Jammu, Zaitoon Bi allegedly succumbed to her husband’s violence.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the risk of intimate partner violence is likely to increase during the lockdown. Sadly, this is coming true in many parts of the country. Helpline numbers are of big help in cities. However, in remote mountain villages, it may be too late before a victim can call for help. In Poonch district of Jammu, Zaitoon Bi allegedly succumbed to her husband’s violence. Police officials informed our community correspondent that he has been arrested.

How are India’s remote districts surviving the COVID 19 virus? With the country under lockdown and planes and trains grounded, it’s even more challenging than usual for the mainstream to cover these regions. But VV’s 200 Community Correspondents have you covered, and are keeping a close eye on the government’s and villagers’ response to the crisis. Watch our channel for a ground-level view of the regions most at risk. See how iCovid is affecting jobs, migration, health, infrastructure, livelihoods, food supplies and more. We bring you those reports and more.

Community Correspondent Wahida Mughal reports from Poonch, Jammu & Kashmir for Video Volunteers

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