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INDIA-POLITICS/SYMBOLS
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January 08, 2014
A government vehicle with a red light atop is driven along a road in New Delhi January 8, 2014. For years,...
New Delhi, India
A government vehicle with a red light atop is driven along a road in New Delhi
A government vehicle with a red light atop is driven along a road in New Delhi January 8, 2014. For years, India's senior politicians have resided in the capital's most luxurious colonial-era bungalows, protected by gun-toting police and chauffeur-driven cars running red lights with sirens blazing - even if it was for a wife's shopping trip. Now, these symbols have come under attack after bespectacled former tax collector Arvind Kejriwal, head of the anti-corruption Common Man's Party, shocked India by becoming chief minister of Delhi state in local elections last month. From eschewing guards, placing his safety in the hands of "God", to dressing in polyester shirts, Kejriwal has rejected these symbols of privilege enjoyed by a tiny minority of judges, civil servants and politicians in this city of 16 million people. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
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