Srinagar, Oct. 8 -- Prominent non-government organisations (NGOs) seem to have gone into sleep mode even as Kashmir lockdown has entered into its third month.

Kashmir is shut since August 5 when Centre abrogated Article 370 and divided the state into two union territories.

However, two international NGOs including 'Save The Children' and 'Medicines Sans Frontiers' are missing on the ground.

Sharif Ahmad Bhat, who is heading 'Save The Children' in Kashmir, said they "could not work" due to communication blackout in the valley.

"We have a role to provide relief to affected children. But we could not work properly because of financial constraints. Our office also remained closed for over two months," Bhat told The Kashmir Monitor over phon...