AFSPA and 1528 dead in Manipur encounters: Time to revoke 'license to kill'?
The AFSPA was introduced by British as an ordinance to tackle Quit India Movement in 1942. It was enacted in 1958 giving more powers to security forces. Last year, the Supreme Court termed indefinite imposition of AFSPA a failure of civil administration.
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