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Supporting Khap panchayats to random dharnas – how Arvind Kejriwal lost the support of civil society

While Arvind Kejriwal’s stubborn defence of Somnath Bharti’s illegal and racist attempts at vigilante justice against African women and Kumar Vishwas’ racist comment on nurses of Kerala got written about, Arvind’s support for Khap panchayats..........Read More...

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