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Constitutional rights and national security : some issues in India


[Conclusion]: In conclusion I would like to note that, in the case of India, the expansion of the legal and policing machinery in the name of national security coupled with a policy to impute all problems as caused by cross border terrorism has given anti-democratic forces a very strong handle to selectively apply its special powers to curtail civil rights. In the case of Gujarat, the central government took an inordinately long time to wake up to the problem and did nothing to curb the state...[Show more]

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Date published: 2002
Type: Conference paper


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