Families living on riverbanks of north-east India claim pleas for help following devastating floods have been ignored on religious and racial grounds

The Indian government has been accused of religious and racial discrimination after members of the Chakma ethnic group said their pleas for help following the devastating floods and landslides that swept the country’s north-east have fallen on deaf ears.

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