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My Prison Diaries

But more than the brutal, claustrophobic aesthetic of the anda, it’s the absence of human contact that chokes you. If you’re in the anda, you spend 15 hours or more alone in your cell. The only people you see are the guards and occasionally the other inmates in your section. A few weeks in the anda can cause a breakdown. The horrors of the anda are well-known to prisoners in Nagpur jail, and they would rather face the severest of beatings than be banished to the anda.

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  1. […] My Prison Diaries (kractivist.wordpress.com) Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInDiggStumbleUponTumblrPrintEmailRedditLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. Leave a Comment by kracktivist on June 15, 2012  •  Permalink Posted in Advocacy, Health Care, Human Rights, Justice, Kractivism, Law, Minority Rights, Political Prisoners, Prison Tagged Aamir Khan, Abu Ghraib, Asia, discrimination, Haryana, Human Rights, India, Mohd, Prison, Tihar Prisons, Yerwada […]

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