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Scores injured as protest against Adani port grows – DW – 11/28/2022


Protests against the construction of a port in southern India continued on Sunday, with more than 80 people, including police officers, being injured in clashes after villagers marched on a local police station.

The clashes came after a number of protesters were arrested by police on the weekend while blocking access of construction vehicles to the Vizhinjam seaport, which is being built by the ports and logistics company of Gautam Adani, estimated by Forbes to be the world’s third-richest man.

The protests have gone on despite repeated orders by the top court of the state of Kerala to allow construction to start.

What happened at the protest?

Video footage showed hundreds of protesters from the largely Christian fishing community marching on the police station. They…



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