India’s leader holds rally with thousands as virus rips through country

India’s leader holds rally with thousands as virus rips through country
CNN’s Clarissa Ward reports from New Delhi on the growing criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his failure to control a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in India.

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