India's indigenous living in forests fight eviction orders

Politicians say the forests need to be protected, but critics say they are only protecting the business interests.

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    There is anger among India's indigenous communities as they struggle to fight an order of eviction from their local governments.

    Politicians say the forests need to be protected, but critics say they are only protecting the business interests.

    Al Jazeera's Anchal Vohra visited the state of Madhya Pradesh, where the indigenous community is fighting to protect its way of life.


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