January 13, 2013
Failures of Governance Led to India Crisis
Ramesh Thakur, Japan Times
The problem of rape, especially against the poor, outcast and tribal women, is not recent and there have been enough high-profile cases that a government with a social conscience would have acted decisively by now. Public policy failings have produced the world's biggest pool of poor, sick, starving and illiterate people. Institutional failures of governance mean their suffering is aggravated.
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