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INDIA-HEALTH/MALNUTRITION
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October 19, 2015
India’s Women and Child Welfare minister Maneka Gandhi, works on a computer before an interview with...
New Delhi, India
India’s Women and Child Welfare minister Gandhi works on a computer before an interview with Reuters...
India’s Women and Child Welfare minister Maneka Gandhi, works on a computer before an interview with Reuters at her office in New Delhi, India, October 19, 2015. India's main program to fight child malnutrition has been hit by budget cuts that make it difficult to pay wages of millions of health workers, a cabinet minister said on Monday in a rare public criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's policies. Gandhi, the women and child welfare minister who oversees a scheme to feed more than 100 million poor people, said the current budget was only enough to pay salaries of her 2.7 million health workers until January. "We still have problems because our cut has still not been restored. Literally, it's a month-to-month suspense on whether we can meet wages," Gandhi told Reuters in an interview. To match interview INDIA-HEALTH/MALNUTRITION REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
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