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Web Exclusive: Voices of Mumbai voters

Indians living in financial hub look for better governance, but are sceptical of leadership choices this election.

Last updated: 24 Apr 2014 15:35
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Mumbai, India’s financial capital, went to the polls on Thursday.

Al Jazeera travelled to the financial hub to get a sense of what voters were expecting from their leaders.

While a number of residents were hopeful for the changes to come, some felt that in a city like Mumbai, where money talks, the economic divide continues to grow.

Al Jazeera’s Kamal Kumar filed this report from Mumbai using an iPhone.

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Visit our India spotlight page for more election coverage.

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