Bloodstains will remain

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    By Binayak & Ilina Sen

    The recent Supreme Court judgment in the Nandini Sundar and Others v. the State of Chhattisgarh (popularly known as the Salwa Judum judgment) case promises to become one of the foundational documents of our democratic polity. Justices B. Sudershan Reddy and S.S. Nijjar are animated by an acute analysis of the overall situation which acts as the context for the lawlessness of the Salwa Judum. The judgment castigates the constitutionality of the governance model in the area ravaged by the Salwa Judum in the strongest terms: “Tax breaks for the rich and guns for the youngsters amongst poor, so that they keep fighting amongst themselves, seem to be the new mantra from the mandarins of security and high economic policy of the state. This, apparently, is to be the grand vision for the development of a nation that has constituted itself as a sovereign, secular, socialist and democratic republic.”
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