Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act
|Category|| : ||Governmental Law & Legal
|Country/Region|| : ||India
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What does TADA mean?
Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, (TADA), was an Indian law active between 1985 and 1995 for the prevention of terrorist activities in Punjab, India. The Act, which was criticised on various counts by human rights organisations and political parties was permitted to lapse in May 1995 due to increasing unpopularity due to widespread allegations of abuse.