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CJI Ramana bared the dark underbelly of India’s police system. Officers mustn’t forget their oath

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CJI NV Ramana bared the dark underbelly of India’s police system with his plainspeak about officers targeting opponents of politicians in power. Law of rulers instead of rule of law has become a cliché. The answer lies in never forgetting that the police’s oath of allegiance is to the Constitution.

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