India – Human Rights Violations

From 1511 to 1648 when Europe witnessed a prolonged arena of barbarism, religious bigotry and intolerance, culminating into beastly violence, the Treaty of Westphalia was concluded in 1648 in order to maintain the nation-state system whose basic purpose was to honour the dignity of human beings.

Although human rights violations in the world such as torture, genocide and massacre continued after that agreement in wake of various multilateral treaties and conventions, yet India which claims to be the largest democracy, echoing secular sounds in the modern era has been brutally violating human rights both on official and non-official level.

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