Indian state and its “justice” system

Indian state and its “justice” system

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Jaleel Andrabi By Dr. Sheikh Showkat Hussain Conflict ridden areas often remain associated with large scale human right abuses. These assume horrifying proportions with highest degrees of militarization. States tend to conceal the human right situation through restrictions on media intimidations and targeting of human right activists. International groups working for human rights are not allowed to visit these areas.  The security apparatus is secured from judicial scrutiny through legislative protections. Shielded from prosecution for human rights abuses the military and police apparatus becomes more lethal in targeting the rebellious population and those who work for human rights. This becomes

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