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Whose Police Is It Anyway?

Post anti-CAA protests and whatever happened in Jamia Millia Islamia and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, Oulook had done a cover story looking at the politicization of police. The issue is as much relevant as it was a month ago when we ran it.

Whose Police Is It Anyway?
Whose Police Is It Anyway?
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2020-02-25T20:10:10+05:30

With violence in Northeast Delhi continuing for last three days, the role of Delhi Police has once again come under question.

There have been visuals which show police has been standing by while rioters are having a free run.

Post anti-CAA protests and whatever happened in Jamia Millia Islamia and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, Outook had done a cover story looking at the politicization of police. The issue is as much relevant as it was a month ago when we ran it.

Read our cover stories from that issue:

Police Imperil The People They Are Supposed To Protect

Might Is Right: How Parties In Power (Mis)Used The Indian Police Force

A Symbol Of Mistrust, UP Police Reflects State's Deteriorating Political Landscape

Scared Of The High And Mighty, Odisha Police Is Always At His Master's Service

A Dreaded Force In Land Of Insurgency, J&K Police A Law Unto Themselves

The Changing Colours Of West Bengal Police: Now Acting As Trinamool's Henchmen

Karnataka Police: Emerging As Rogues In Uniform During CAA Protests

Tamil Nadu Police: Masters At Smothering Voices, Dissent

Politicisation Tarnishes Efficient Image Of Kerala Police: How Absurd Can It Get

OPINION | Delhi Police Had Brilliant Officers, It's Missing Good Leadership Now

They Just Hate Dissent, How North East Police Flexes Its Muscle Or Is It The BJP?

OPINION | Cops As Private Armies Of Politicians? Worth Surveying Citizen's Trust In Police

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