Terrorism in India: A Study with specific reference to Human Rights

  • Vedika Yadav,
  • Abhiranjan Dixit and Poonam Rawat
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  • Vedika Yadav

    Student at Law College Dehradun Uttranchal University, India

  • Abhiranjan Dixit

    Assistant Professor at Uttaranchal University, Law College Dehradun, India

  • Poonam Rawat

    Principal at Law College Dehradun Uttranchal University, India

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India, a country that is characterized by its wide range of differences, it has an intricate dilemma, know: finding a middle ground between ensuring safety and protecting the basic entitlements of its people in the battle against terrorism. This complex problem arises from multiple origins, such as Kashmiri secession, religious fanaticism, and left-wing insurgency. While prioritizing public safety is of the utmost importance, counter-terrorism efforts have sparked apprehensions over potential infringements on human rights. The UAPA and similar laws have faced criticism due to its capacity to facilitate arbitrary detentions, and discriminatory profiling, right? This article examines the intricate task that India must be undertaking in order to maintain a fragile equilibrium. The statement underscores the importance of strong legal structures, transparent inquiries, involvement of the community, and a vigilant judiciary in addressing terrorism while upholding human rights, you see. International collaboration and tackling the underlying factors of terrorism are also vital components. India has the potential to become a global leader in addressing this worldwide problem by giving equal importance to security and human rights, like totally.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 295 - 306

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.117511

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