Kashmir: Doctors allege work hampered by paramilitary forces
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The internet, mobile data and news channels of the cable services, which were restricted following the execution continued to remain down for the third consecutive day. Newspapers also failed to hit the stands for the second consecutive day as police had told the editors that they will not allow the distribution of newspapers to any part of the valley. With no access to news channels and internet, the Kashmir valley is fed on rumours. On Monday, a rumour spread that a pregnant woman died when Army stopped the ambulance she was being carried out. But police have denied these rumours. However, doctors at District Hospital Baramulla told The Indian Express that ambulance was stopped by the Army at Sangrama for half an hour due to stone pelting. "They (army) men later allowed the ambulance to move towards Srinagar and the lady is fine receiving treatment at Srinagar hospital,'' said Deputy Medical Superintendent Baramulla hospital.