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Youth in Shopian Reach Food Supplies to 500 Families | COVID 19 | Jammu & Kashmir

Community correspondent Basharat Amin met with Owais Mushtaq and his friends who have taken the initiative to reach food supplies to needy families in far off mountain villages.

Shopian district in South Kashmir has more than 50 positive cases of COVID 19. The lockdown may be imperative in controlling the pandemic, but as a consequence people have lost their livelihood and are dependent on food supplies by the government. However, like in other parts of the country, in Kashmir too, the government relief effort is lacking.

Community correspondent Basharat Amin met with Owais Mushtaq and his friends who have taken the initiative to reach food supplies to needy families in far off mountain villages. 

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.

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