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Indo-Us-Shadow Over Punjab

Description State repression in any part of the world never goes unreported. Historical records bear a witness to each and every incident of repression defenders of human rights, a rare breed of human beings, always manage to record and reproduce the incidents of state repression. This volume prepared by the Punjab Chapter of International Human Rights Organization (IHRD) brings out the acts of Indian state repression in Punjab in 1980s-90s, muzzling of press, abdication of duty by the Judiciary and legislature and the excesses committed by the Indian and state security forces on people of Punjab. The report is based on extensive field surveys, recording of view of victims, eminent citizens and media reports. It is an authentic chronicle of this period[edit]
Keywords Chander Shekhar, Police Cats, Gang rape of Sikh Women, Judicial System, Punjab Assembly, Kashmir, Livice Radu, Indo-US, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003604
Year 1992
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher International Human Rights Organisation Ludhiana
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 20.9
Breadth 14.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         344
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