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India flood victims continue to struggle

Many blame state for failing to compensate them, two months after floods and landslides destroyed their homes.

Last Modified: 16 Aug 2013 09:01
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It has been two months since floods and landslides killed thousands of people in northern India. The disaster had prompted the biggest ever Indian airlift operation in efforts to save survivors.

Many flood victims in Uttarkhand state blame the government for failing to compensate them after their homes and property were destroyed by what one official described as the "Himalayn tsunami".

Al Jazeera's Anu Anand returns to Uttarkhand state to report on the current situation.

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