The tragic death in judicial custody of Jesuit priest and tribal rights campaigner Stan Swamy, nine months after his detention in a UAPA case, has brought attention to such incidents in the country. According to a March reply from the Ministry of Home Affairs in the Lok Sabha, the number of UAPA cases and people detained increased dramatically under the current Congress government's tenure in Punjab, compared to the previous administration led by the Akali Dal. According to the response, four UAPA cases were filed in 2015 and 2016, with seven people detained. To know more, watch the full video!
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