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Anger in India after cyclone Fanis rampage

The death toll has risen to 77. Of them were killed, 64 in India and 13 in Bangladesh.

Initially, India received praise for having moved 1.2 million people to safety before the storm came, but now comes the criticism.

in kustdelstaten Odishas capital city Bhubaneswar. The protesters think that the relief efforts will slow, that the food and water is too expensive and that coordination between different authorities shortcomings.

– There is a limit to our patience. We are forced to sleepless nights. We have to buy drinking water at exorbitant prices, " says a protester to the news agency Press Trust of India.

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