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Fact Finding Report: Independent Inquiry into Muzaffarnagar "Riots"

A team of independent academics and a journalist carried out an inquiry into the communal violence that shook Muzaffarnagar district in UP this past September. The report (as a PDF) is based on the findings of the team during its visit to Muzaffarnagar district on the 9 and 10 November and again on 27 November. 

The authors of this report have intimated us to make the following changes - The following lines in paragraph 1 on page 36  of the report were dropped from the final version: "While top less than five per cent(4.78 per cent of the top sections own 26.73 per cent of the land, the lower 6

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