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Why India Needs Open Prisons To Revive Its Archaic Justice Delivery System

As crime hurts, justice should heal. ‘Open prisons’ show us the way to a more compassionate society.

Why India Needs Open Prisons To Revive Its Archaic Justice Delivery System
Camp of Second Chance | Photo courtesy: PAAR, Rajasthan
An ‘open prison’ in Sanganer, on the outskirts of Jaipur.
Why India Needs Open Prisons To Revive Its Archaic Justice Delivery System
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“There’s silence in the courtroom
As the prisoner hears the law,
As judgement breaks the silence,
The prisoner hopes no more.”

—Susmit Bose, singer-songwriter

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