ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Non-Jat Lal

Defend Oppressed Poor's Right to Vote! TODAY, as we approach the crucial tenth lok sabha poll, an election that threatens to be a no-holds-barred battle for power among the forces of authoritarian stability, communal fascism and a most dubious kind of "social justice' that has unfolded itself as nothing but increased injustice to the dalits and weaker sections of the backward classes in the rural interior of the country, the basic democratic right of the people to freely exercise their voting right needs all the spirited protection of the civil liberty movement.

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