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“Burnt coal emits so much gas, sometimes it feels like my body itself will catch fire. When the dump spills into our cabin, the glass breaks and our heads get smashed. After some basic first-aid, the company just asks us to go. After sucking our blood, the company says go, you are of no use to us now.”
— Vimlesh Sawhney, 40, open-cast mine driver, Chilkadand.
LEFT: JAYANT MINES                                
RIGHT: VIMLESH SAWHNEY, CHILKADAND

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“Burnt coal emits so much gas, sometimes it feels like my body itself will catch fire. When the dump spills into our cabin, the glass breaks and our heads get smashed. After some basic first-aid, the company just asks us to go. After sucking our blood, the company says go, you are of no use to us now.”<br />
— Vimlesh Sawhney, 40, open-cast mine driver, Chilkadand.<br />
LEFT: JAYANT MINES                                <br />
RIGHT: VIMLESH SAWHNEY, CHILKADAND