It's a story that has scandalized India—a free school lunch program for poor children may have resulted in the death of more than 20 young students.
Were contaminated ingredients mixed into the food that produced these fatal results?
Today, thousands of students are reportedly refusing to touch any of the free meals offered out of understandable fear. But the possibility of deliberate contamination, or at best reckless disregard of the safety of children, is also being reported as well.
Joining us to discuss this is Shoba Narayan a freelance journalist based in India and author of the memoir "Return to India."