Elephant Statues Covered in India
Yellow tarps cover elephant statues at the Kanshi Ram memorial park in Lucknow, India, on Jan. 10, 2012. Mayawati, the driving force behind the statues, is from a Dalit, or "untouchable," community, India's lowest caste. She enjoys popular support from members of her caste, who account for approximately one-fifth of Uttar Pradesh's population of 200 million.
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