A poem in Rarhi language dedicated to all Silicosis victims

Samit Carr from Jharkhand has sent a poem in adivasi Rarhi language. He has written the poem in remembrance of 35 people who died of Silicosis in a Quartz factory. He says 15 workers are suffering from silicosis from the same factory and 150 face the same dust and are getting sick by the day. But there is no investigation. He dedicates his poem to all the victims of silicosis. For the translation and more Samit Ji can be reached at 09431372228

Posted on: Jan 18, 2012. Tags: Samit Carr

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