“Undo the harm” and “give me back my right to live without fear and in peace”.
Breaking her silence for the first time after the release on remission of the 11 convicts who were convicted of gangraping her and killing 14 members of her family, including her three-year-old daughter, Bilkis Bano said on Wednesday that she was “bereft of words” and “still numb”.
In a statement, issued by her advocate Shobha Gupta, Bilkis said: “Today, I can only say this – how can justice for any woman end like this? I trusted the highest courts in our land. I trusted the system and I was slowly learning to live with my trauma. The release of these convicts has taken from me my peace and shaken my faith in justice.”…
Justice died a thousand deaths when rapists and murderers in the Bilkis Bano case were set free
‘I will probably die’ Express Editorial on Stan Swamy / A Requiem for Father Stan Swamy
Waiting for medical bail, ailing 84-year-old passes away
Father Stan Swamy: I’d rather suffer, possibly die if things go on as it is
WANTED: Immediate Justice in the Bhima-Koregaon Conspiracy. By Cedric Prakash
The Judiciary is the Defence of the Innocent. Or so we thought…
Kunal Kamra and the Elasticity of Justice. By Avay Shukla
Justice not about money… punish officers responsible: father of killed Naga miner / Meghalaya to urge Centre to repeal AFSPA / Nagaland killings: Direct marise…they shot right at us, no signal to stop, we did not flee, says ambush survivor
मुझे पूरी उम्मीद है कि आप अपनी बारी आने से पहले बोलेंगे- डॉ.आनंद तेलतुंबड़े
Gautam Bhatia – The Executive(’s) Court: Notes on the Legacy of Justice A.M. Khanwilkar
“Criminal Justice Machinery Relentlessly Employed Against M Zubair”: Supreme Court
Avay Shukla: IT’S TIME TO BE OUTRAGED , MY LORDS
Samar Halarnkar – How India’s justice system is giving in to the mob