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It is this mentality of the prevailing culture that allows for it. We have our Satanic Panic, India has its witchcraft. And for those that have any doubts as where a theocracy may lead, once a system of law is based on religion, anyone can be suspect.
For three decades, Birubala Rabha, an activist, has fought to end this violent, retrograde practice of punishing women accused of witchcraft. She works with state legislators and residents of rural villages to investigate accusers and protect victims and their families. A videojournalist, Vikram Singh, traveled to Assam State to report on Ms. Rabha’s work.Rabha's claim to fame A State in India Just Outlawed Witch-Hunting, but Many Fear That Won’t Stop the Practice.
Fighting Modern-Day Witch Hunts in India’s Remote Northeast - The New York Times