What happens to India's poor as the country gets richer?
Across India 50 per cent of households take in less than £800 per year from work; a quarter of the population of 1.2bn earns less than 40 pence per day.
When children on a political rally were asked what they wanted, one child simply replied "clean water, clean water".
Healthcare for the poor in the country is also struggling: "Your beds are full... you have no time to really diagnose [cancers] early, provide better results, look at quality," warned Dr Samir Kohl, who works with the charity Save the Children.
"For about 1.2bn people there are just 280 radiation machines."
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