Indian mothers participate in protest demanding maternity benefit

Source:Xinhua Published: 2016/11/23 16:58:31

Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)

Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)


 
Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)

Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)


 
Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)

Indian mothers and their childen participate in a protest demanding maternity benefit under the National Food Security Act in Kolkata, capital of eastern Indian state West Bengal, Nov. 22, 2016. India accounts for a high maternal mortality in the world due to poor nutrition, compounded by inadequate care during pregnancy. (Xinhua/Tumpa Mondal)


 

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