A group of young people in Indian-administered Kashmir start wall where residents can donate clothes for those in need.
Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – A sweater hanging on a fence in Indian-administered Kashmir’s Srinagar caught Ali Mohammad’s attention.
It was a cold day, the start of Kashmir’s harsh winter, and most people were bundled in a traditional Pheran, a thick cloak worn by Kashmiris to stay warm.
Mohammad, who was in his 60s, walked up to those standing nearby.
“Son, how much for this sweater,” Mohammad said.
“Uncle, these are not for sale, but they are free for anyone in need,” a young man replied.