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In Bihar, atrocities against Dalits have increased since regime change

On 25 November, three members of a Dalit family were murdered in their home in a village called Jhandapur, in the Naugachia area of Bhagalpur, Bihar. The young daughter was stripped half-naked and beaten unconscious. The police claim there are no witnesses to the incident. Is this incident representative of the crimes that have become common under the new coalition ruling Bihar? Nawal Kishore Kumar finds out

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About The Author

Nawal Kishore Kumar

Nawal Kishore Kumar is Editor (Hindi), Forward Press

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