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Vijay K. Nagaraj

In: Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India

Chapter 13: Revisiting Impunity and Criminality: Of Corruption, Collusion, Consequences and Victims

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Revisiting Impunity and Criminality: Of Corruption, Collusion, Consequences and Victims
Revisiting impunity and criminality: Of corruption, collusion, consequences and victims
VijayK.Nagaraj

Impunity is a pervasive feature of the Indian legal system, and this narrative concerns itself with the construction of crime, criminality and impunity in two vastly different contexts—corruption in rural development works and the Bhopal gas tragedy. And, like criminality and impunity, this essay too is a fragmented and disjointed narrative, a story of many distinct and yet connected pieces of knowledge and experience. It seeks to explore, on the one hand, the complex links between the constructions of criminality, impunity and redress within and by the law as well as beyond the law. On the other hand, an attempt has also been made to understand ...

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