India parties slam "barbaric" police beatings


NEW DELHI, July 26 (Reuters) - India's political parties, reflecting rising anger at dramatic television images of police beating hundreds of protesting Honda workers, slammed the government in parliament and called the police "barbaric". On Monday, policemen were seen hitting hundreds of cowering workers with canes after surrounding them. Many lay prone, bleeding from head injuries, as the police beat them repeatedly. The police action in Haryana state just outside the capital New Delhi ...

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