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In the Katihar district of Bihar state, 60 families are staying in shanties next to the State Highway. But they have to be relocated, because of the Highway expansion project, and that is the issue.
The practice of manual scavenging violates Article 21 of the Indian Constitution which guarantees the ‘Right to live life with dignity.’
“Over the last 12 years, Video Volunteers has produced more than 600 video reports on caste and untouchability, across India.
50-year-old Gayatri is an indefatigable force when it comes to breaking long-standing social bias in her life and that of her community members.
Meet Anil Kumar Saroj, our Community Correspondent from Bhadoi district in Uttar Pradesh who has proved that one does not need to put on a mask, wear a bodysuit or take the law into their own hands to fight for the rights of neglected communities and give them their dues.
In this episode, our Community Correspondents discuss their living conditions in Uttar Pradesh, India.