India farmers struggle amid COVID-19 lockdown

India's lockdown is hurting its crucial farming sector which employs about half of the country's workforce.

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    India's lockdown is hurting its crucial farming sector, which employs about half of the country's workforce.

    A lack of workers and breakdown in supply chains has left many farmers struggling to sell their winter crops.

    Al Jazeera's Elizabeth Puranam has more from Uttar Pradesh.


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