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Extra Judicial Execution Victim Families Association (EEVFAM) and Another versus Union of India & Another

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In this writ petition it is stated that during the  period  May,  1979 to  May,  2012,  1528  people  were  killed  in  Manipur  in  extra-judicial execution. The statement is mainly based on a memorandum prepared by  'Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights in Manipur and the UN'  and  submitted  to one  Christof  Heyns,  Special  Rapporteur  on  extrajudicial,  summary   or arbitrary executions, Mission to India, 19-30 March,  2012.  The  Memorandum compiles the list of 1528 people allegedly killed unlawfully  by  the  State Police  or  the  security  forces.  The  writ  petitioners  later  on  filed "Compilation 1" and "Compilation 2". In "Compilation 1"  details  are  given of ten (10) cases relating to the killings of eleven (11)  persons  (out  of the list of 1528); in  "Compilation  2",  similarly  details  are  given  of thirteen (13) cases in which altogether seventeen (17) persons (out  of  the list of 1528) are alleged to have been killed in extra judicial  executions.

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