India: Break the cycle of impunity and torture in Punjab
Torture and custodial violence continue to be regularly reported in Punjab, despite the end of the militancy period in the state in the mid-1990s. In this report Amnesty International makes the link between the impunity enjoyed by police officers during and after the militancy period and the continuation of torture today. This link sends a warning to states in India that perpetrators of violations must be held to account if long term repercussions for the enjoyment of human rights are to be avoided.
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