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Women s Participation in Decision-Making

allowed themselves to become no more than a device for subversion of the democratic system. These parties have directly or indirectly instigated riots, carried out communal massacres, founded and financed movements that have threatened to tear the social fabric apart merely in order to gain an advantage over a rival party, and organised or tacitly approved political murders. How many more Niyogis will die before such political parties, their office-bearers, their financiers, associate organisations and private armies can be brought to book?

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