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Widows of Kashmir: Wife of a militant

The long-standing conflict in Indian-administered Kashmir has claimed thousands of lives over the last three decades.

The number of anti-India militants fighting the Indian army has reduced over the past few years but the scars of the conflict are still borne by the widows of the valley.

BBC News spoke to Kashmiri Muslim widows on opposite side of the conflict.

Rafiqa Malik is the widow of a militant who died fighting the Indian Army in 1993.

Producer: Shalu Yadav

  • 19 Dec 2014
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