Indian coastal communities protest billionaire’s Kerala project

Indian coastal communities protest billionaire's kerala project

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A court in southern India is hearing a case filed by Asia’s richest man, Gautam Adani.

His company is building a multimillion-dollar port in Kerala state.

However, construction has stalled since protests by fishing communities began months ago.

Fishing communities in the state say the project is endangering their livelihoods.

Al Jazeera’s Pavni Mittal reports from Vizhinjam, India.

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