Supreme Court order fails to unshackle police

Despite a landmark Supreme Court verdict of 2006 pushing for police reforms, State Security Commissions ( SSC) have failed to become autonomous as envisaged by the apex court. A comprehensive study by the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) has concluded that eight years after SC intervened to make police forces independent of political interference, the SSCs have not lived up to the mandate.


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