Angry villagers blocked roads in earthquake-ravaged regions of Indian- controlled Kashmir on Sunday, complaining the government was too slow in getting rescue and aid efforts to them.
Hundreds were known dead from the 7.6-magnitude earthquake that rocked South Asia on Saturday and rescue workers and soldiers still pulling bodies from wreckage in the frontier Tangdar region, 65 miles north of Srinagar, summer capital of Jammu-Kashmir state.
While the worst of the quake's devastation came in neighboring Pakistan, where tens of thousands were reported dead, damage was severe in parts of Jammu-Kashmir.
Collapsed houses and shops line the streets in towns and villages nestled in Tangdar's deep valleys as well as in the towns of Uri, Punch and Srinagar. Hundreds of people were injured.
Most people spent the night in the open, lighting fires with wood pulled from fallen houses to keep warm in near-freezing temperatures.
must be Bushes fault again:)
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