Dr. Narendra Dabholkar


Prabhakar Nanawaty

Suman Oak

Cabinet approves bill against social boycott

Any person found guilty of practising social boycott of people or their family members will be imprisoned for three years or fined Rs 1 lakh. In some cases both punishments may apply.

Moreover, the victims of ostracism will be able to claim a payout. The draft Act also allows for an Continue reading