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Title: Wasted Lives: The Tragedy of India’s ‘Safai Mitra’
Authors: Mistry, Jignesh
Bhatia, Akriti
MOHAN, DEEPANSHU
Agarwal, Shivani
Ayreen, Sarah
Mehtani, Tarini
Keywords: Safai mitra
Bhalswa landfill
Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016
Garbage collection
Issue Date: 2-Oct-2020
Publisher: The Wire
Citation: Mistry, G.; Bhatia, A.; Mohan, D. and others (October 02, 2020) Wasted Lives: The Tragedy of India’s ‘Safai Mitra’. The Wire
Abstract: Walking on a mountain made of waste at the Bhalswa landfill site in Delhi, Santosh – a 33-year-old safai mitra (waste picker) – is tired, and frustrated. Part of India’s mammoth unsecured, unprotected workforce, he is deeply anguished and uncertain of his future in this time of the pandemic.
URI: https://thewire.in/rights/india-waste-pickers-covid-19-lockdown
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