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Context: Pointing out that custodial torture and other police atrocities are problems that still prevail in society, Chief Justice of India (CJI) recently stated that the police stations pose the highest threat to human rights and dignity, which are sacrosanct.
According to him
Threat to human rights and bodily integrity are the highest in police stations:-
Several policemen do get convicted, there are good reasons to believe that many go scot-free by:
“Access to Justice” as an “unending mission”
?In a move aimed at checking police brutality, the Supreme Court had in December 2020 ordered the Centre, states, and union territories to install CCTVs with night vision cameras in each police station, including central probe agencies such as CBI, ED, NIA, etc. across India. However, the order was yet to be fully complied with.
Constitutional provisions against custodial violence
Judiciary wants to gain the trust of the poor and the vulnerable, it has to assure the marginalised that it exists for them.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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