Lessons learnt from the Right to Food case can be applied for other social issues that end up at the Supreme Court's doorstep every day
New Delhi: In 2001, 47 tribals and Dalits were starved to death in south-eastern Rajasthan as the state reeled from its third consecutive year of drought. The tragedy occurred despite India’s warehouses were brimming with an excess of around 40 million tonnes of foodgrains that year.
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