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People Begin To Flee Jammu & Kashmir As India-Pakistan Crisis Intensifies

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People Begin To Flee Jammu & Kashmir As India-Pakistan Crisis Intensifies

People Begin To Flee Jammu & Kashmir As India-Pakistan Crisis Intensifies

According to a report by Reuters, migrant workers have begun to flee India's northern states of Jammu and Kashmir amid fears of an escalating conflict with Pakistan.

On Wednesday, Pakistan said that it had carried out air strikes in India and shot down two Indian jets, just one day after Indian warplanes struck inside Pakistan for the first time since a war in 1971.

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