Dozens of youths have died in firing and scores have their vision affected as pellets hit their eyes.
Curfew has been enforced in many parts of the valley.
Besides, this is the period when Amarnath Yatra has already begun.
Amid reports of deaths and gloom, there are also stories from the region that show how people risk their lives for the sake humanity, even in such a situation.
This Kashmiri Muslim couple braved a strict curfew to take food to his Kashmiri Pandit family's house. Zubaida Begam and her husband walked for miles, risking lives, after receiving telephone from across Jhelum river from the KP friend, reports India Today.
Diwan Chand and his family, including an ailing grandmother, were desperate for help as crisis mounted in the Valley. Shops were shut, no transport and curfew was imposed. Yet, they managed to reach Diwan Chand Pandit's house, with the ration.
But negative truth travels faster and makes greater impact. We must not let the bad stories overshadow the good and positive aspects of our society.
Thank you, India Today, for highlighting a good story about the relations, closeness of people on the ground. The original story is here.
[Harmony exists all around us but is often ignored. Instead, stories of hate, discord and communalism get spread easily.
There are a million examples in our daily lives across India but they don't get promoted, hence, news of hate and discord gets heard more. Let's change it, now. This is a small attempt to change it through Communal Harmony Project]
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