JAMMU: Migrant labourers fleeing Kashmir following a series of civilian killings by militants this month have urged the central government to help them reach their native places and make arrangements to lessen their hardships.
Hundreds of families, who have fled the Valley, have been housed at a ground in Jammu for the past few days, and more are arriving.
I have no money to go back home. My employers did not pay my wages. I along with seven other families have been stranded here and living in the open, Shahida Begum from Assam, who was working as a ragpicker and agriculture worker in Kashmir, said.
Eleven civilians, including non-locals, have been shot dead by militants in the Valley in this month so far.
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