Some areas have been closed or repurposed to align ourselves with our budget reduction requirements. In a few areas, fees have been increased. Public comment played an integral part in the decisions that were made. Many were sheltered inside cars, three wheelers, tarpaulin tents, and under the shade of mulberry trees.Anger has grown ever since media reports claimed that the state government was reportedly warned in 2010 of massive floods and that India’s Central Water Commission the premier water resources organisation accountable for flood predictions and advisories had no mechanism in place for Kashmir.Hundreds of truckloads of vegetables, rice, food, fruits, water, baby milk, and medicines have been delivered into the safe zones of the valley.”I had a cauliflower field spread over one acre of land. With the help of my villagers I cut it and distributed it among the victims,” Shabir Wani, a short statured youth from south Kashmir’s Pulwama district told Al Jazeera.”The magnitude of destruction is immense. We heard there are a number of casualties.”Others studying or working outside the state have flown tube boats and relief material to help in the rescue efforts.Without communication lines, villagers in Rawalpora continue to search for their missing.”For the last seven days, my brother is missing along with his seven year old son,” Javeda Begum told Al Jazeera..
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