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Cursed Asur: The economics of exploitation

The daughters of Asurs will be sold off in metropolises. Their sons will be running from door to door. Those using these daughters for sexual pleasure will be the descendants of the devtas. This is the unimaginable plight of the Asurs today, says Vikas Dubey

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Vikas Dubey

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