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'India's Banksy' wants to provoke voters

7 April 2014 Last updated at 20:29 BST

His work can been seen across Delhi, but no one ever sees his face.

Daku is India's answer to Banksy - a graffiti artist and political activist who operates unseen and anonymously.

He says his art is a political statement and that he is trying to provoke people to stretch their minds.

In his first television interview, the elusive artist told BBC News why he wants to create a stir.

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