New Delhi, India

A Rohingya refugee camp located in Nuh district, in the outskirts of Indian capital New Delhi is facing a severe food shortage, say the inmates.

Since the district located in Haryana province just 100 kilometers (62.1 miles) from the national capital is under severe lockdown after declared as coronavirus or COVID-19 red hotspot, voluntary groups have been unable to deliver food and essentials. Like Nuh, India has declared 107 places as red hotspots.

District administration said though so far, no infected case has been reported form the Rohingya camp, that houses 250 families, the adjoining areas have

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