"Centre Should Review AFSPA": Human Rights Panel Chief On Nagaland Deaths

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  • Published On: December 17, 2021
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The centre needs to review the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act of 1958 (AFSPA) and its implementation, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chief said today in view of the recent killing of civilians by armed forces in Nagaland. "The government has to review on whether it (AFSPA) should be applied in a concern first, and in case the situation has improved, the government needs to review the implantation of the act," NHRC chairman Justice (retired) Arun Kumar Mishra said today.

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