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After Seven Decades of Independence West Bengal Tea Garden Workers Yet to be Free From Owners

 

While India celebrated its 74th Independence Day, workers at Madhu Tea Garden and several other tea estates in Alipurduar, Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri districts marked the day with launching their campaign for basic rights.

Community Correspondent Harihar brings us this news report from the thick of the action. He grew up in the tea gardens. In this report, he brings out the reasons that make workers and their families still feel like slaves to the tea garden owners.

 

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