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Greenpeace trying to hurt Indian tea industry: Narendra Modi led government

Author: Press Trust of India, Published on: 11 April 2015

The Home Ministry has alleged that Greenpeace is trying to hurt the Indiantea industry which employs 35 lakh workers and earned USD 644 million from exports last year, by projecting abroadthat homegrown leaves of the beverage have hazardous pesticides...According to a report prepared by the HomeMinistry on the activities of Greenpeace India the NGO has published a researchpaper titled ‘Trouble Brewing on IndianTea’ where it has claimed that the beverage has hazardous pesticides.

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