India: Thousands of farmers march for more rights

About 50,000 farmers have reached India's financial capital, Mumbai, after a five-day protest march. They are demanding aid from the government, better crop prices and more access to land.

    About 50,000 farmers have reached India's financial capital, Mumbai, after a five-day protest march. They are demanding aid from the government, better crop prices and more access to land.

     Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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