India’s forgotten lepers have been quarantined all their lives

At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, millions of people around the world felt the strain of being confined for weeks and months on end as lockdowns took hold. For Ghulam Mohammad Dar, 51, such restrictions have been a fact of life for 40 years.Dar grew up in a village in Manasbal, about 65km from Srinagar in Indian Kashmir. He was a child when his parents first noticed his limbs becoming deformed. In the summer, Dar’s skin would appear bruised or chafed before healing in the winter.“It…

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