- 4 Apr 2021
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Over 1,100 rape cases ended in compromise after going to court since 2014: NCRB
Over the years, compromise marriages have become institutionalised through laws and law enforcement
This opinion was published in The Print on April 04, 2021.
About the Authors
Naveed is a Senior Resident Fellow with the Criminal Justice Team at Vidhi. His work focuses on decriminalisation of India's legislative landscape and reimagining India's approach towards Crime & Punishment. Previously, Naveed has worked on criminalisation of drug use and evaluated the government response to increasing violence against women. Naveed holds an undergraduate degree in law from National University of Law, Punjab and a Masters in Law from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
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