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Face of the State in Tihar

The mental agony and physical torture, limited medical facilities and unhealthy condition of the barracks, poor and insuffi cient food, whimsical restrictions on communication with the outside world, condemnation of undertrials who are still innocent in the eyes of the law, and labour sold for almost nothing in a condition of bondage, all together certainly do not portray the image of a liberal democratic state inside Tihar Central Jail.

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