India's 'non-lethal' weapon to crush protests in Kashmir takes lives - and those it doesn't kill, it maims permanently.
The rampant use of pellet guns has destroyed the lives of several thousand people, but New Delhi still considers it a 'non-lethal' weapon. Here's a view from the hospital where the newest victim, a toddler, was treated.
The "indiscriminate" use of pellet-firing shotguns have caused immense suffering in Kashmir, says Amnesty International in a new report on the impact of the controversial weapon in India-administered Kashmir.
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