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Eyewitness account: The story of JAYS

Jai Adivasi Yuva Shakti (JAYS), a tribal youth group, has decided to contest the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. But fissures in the organization have come to the surface. There have been several allegations against its national secretary, Dr Hiralal Alawa. How did JAYS come to be? What are the allegations? Rajan Kumar traces the JAYS journey

Jai Adivasi Yuva Shakti (JAYS), a tribal youth association has decided to contest the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. At the same time, fissures in the organization have come to the surface. There have been several accusations against its National Secretary, Dr Hiralal Alawa. Rajan Kumar on the coming together of JAYS and the allegations.

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