Why Unconditional Access To Cantonment Areas Is A Bad Move


The government’s decision to open cantonment roads for the public has opened a Pandora’s Box. The ensuing debate was emotionally charged. Reaction from parts of the political class and vested interests were sometimes celebratory, including even bursting of crackers in Gopinath Bazar.

In one TV channel, a high-profile Supreme Court lawyer argued that Delhi Cantt should be shifted out to cater for the expanding needs of civilians. I am going to elaborate on the likely implications of this unconditional-access approach anecdotally. Read More

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