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Takshashila Discussion Slidedoc — A Framework to Counter Mobilised Violence

​Madhav Chandavarkar, Ajay Patri, and Divij Joshi Mobilised violence is detrimental to the democratic fabric of India. It prevents individuals from enjoying their right to speak, move and conduct business freely. It can also cause injuries and loss of life to bystanders,...

Safeguarding Liberty Against Mobilised Violence

The Bulandshahr incident of December 2018 bears all the hallmarks of mobilised violence: an undisguised political purpose, backing from well-organised groups, and a disregard for the lives of civilians and police personnel alike. In addition to the loss of life and property,...

The Takshashila Institution and Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy Release a Framework for Countering Mobilised Violence

The Takshashila Institution, along with Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy released a discussion document titled, “A Framework for Countering Mobilised Violence” at Takshashila Institution’s office on December 5, 2018. Uday Holla, Advocate General of Karnataka gave the keynote, explaining the...

A Report on Countering Mobilised Violence

‘Mobilised violence’ is defined as an act or series of acts of violence committed by a group with the intent of furthering a political purpose. Mobilised violence is detrimental to the democratic fabric of India. It prevents individuals from enjoying...

Takshashila Discussion Document — A Framework for Countering Mobilised Violence

Mobilised violence is detrimental to the democratic fabric of India. It prevents individuals from enjoying their right to speak, move and conduct business freely. It can also cause injuries and loss of life to bystanders, in addition to significant economic...