Farmer’s public suicide in India opens debate over compassion and climate

by Annie Gowen and Rama Lakshmi

Indian farmer Gajendra Singh stands on a tree before committing suicide during an Aam Aadmi Party rally in New Delhi. Singh hanged himself in front of hundreds of protesters gathered to rally against the government’s contentious reform of land purchasing laws. Photo: Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images

Indian farmer Gajendra Singh stands on a tree before committing suicide during an Aam Aadmi Party rally in New Delhi. Singh hanged himself in front of hundreds of protesters gathered to rally against the government’s contentious reform of land purchasing laws.

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