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Context: Recently, Nagaland Cabinet has recommended that the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958 be repealed from the state after the incident in Mon district in which security forces gunned down 13 civilians.
About Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA)
Where is AFSPA currently invoked?
What is a “disturbed area” and who has the power to declare it?
Which States are, or had come under this Act?
What are the powers granted by the AFSPA Act to armed forces?
The Act gives sweeping powers to the armed forces.
What are the safety nets provided under the AFSPA Act?
Naga killings point to AFSPA pitfalls
Naga People’s Movement for Human Rights vs Union of India- SC’s 1997 verdict laid down guidelines for use of AFSPA:
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