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FACT FINDING REPORT OF THE ATTACK INFLICTED UPON MUSLIMS IN REWADA BAS PDF Print E-mail
Minorities

There are 12 Bas such as Kharka Bas, Rewada Bas, Khairati Bas, Bada Bas, Tailiya Bas, Kila Mari and Haji Bas in Raghunathgadh Gram Panchayat of Naugaon PS Area of the District Alwar. There is Bas of Rewada out of these 12 Bas settled in the lap of Aravalli Mountain, which is the last village of Raghunath Gram Panchayat. Then, forest and mountain ranges of Aravalli begin. Aravalli Mountain Ranges divide Rajasthan and Haryana here. This village lies in the part of the Rajasthan State but Mewat Culture of Haryana is an integral part here. The general public regards it as a part of Mewat Region unofficially. Raghunath Gram Panchayat shot in headlines suddenly on 15-16 September, 2016. News began to broadcast in news channels that the remains of 36 cows have been found in the forests of Rewada Bas. This news item became the headline of the newspapers on 16th September. After hearing and reading this news, our fact finding team reached Rewada Bas.
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NCHRO - Two-day Human Rights Workshop for Activists Held in Chennai PDF Print E-mail
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altCHENNAI :  The National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO) hosted a Two-day Human Rights Workshop for Activists. NCHRO chairperson Prof. A. Marx inaugurated the workshop held at Madras Reporters Guild, Chepauk , Chennai on 30 and 31 July 2016.


altAbout 60 people, including Human Rights Activists, Volunteers and Lawyers participated in the workshop. Ibrahim Badusha, Vice-President, NCHRO – Tamilnadu Chapter was the overall in-charge of the workshop.

Adv. Shajahan, General Secretary, NCHRO – Tamilnadu Chapter opened the workshop by welcoming everyone and thanked them for their attendance.



The topics covered in the workshop were:-

1)    Human Rights Situation in India and Need of Human Rights Activism by Adv. Bhavani Ba. Mohan, State President, NCHRO, Tamilnadu Chapter.

2)    UDHR and International Human Rights Conventions by Reny Ayline, National Secretary, NCHRO (Translation by Tanveer).

3)    FIR to Trial: Procedures and Documentation in Regular Penal and Draconian laws by Adv. Bhavani Ba. Mohan, State President, NCHRO, Tamilnadu Chapter.

4)    Documenting Human Rights Violations and the illegal Practices of the Police against Citizens by Mrs. Krishnaveni, Rights Activist, Chennai.

5)    Fact Finding Modalities by Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson, NCHRO.

6)    Defending Women’s Rights and Domestic Violation Act by Adv. Rajni, PUHR, Madurai.

7)    Media and Human Rights by Mr. Peer Mohamed, Senior Journalist, Chennai.

8)    Effective use of RTI by Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuf, Madurai.

9)    Human Rights Laws in India and National & International Human Rights Organizations - How to Approach them by Adv. Karunanithi, Human Rights Activist, Madurai.

10)  How to be a Firm and Steadfast Defender of Human Rights by Adv. K.P. Mohamed Sheriff, Vice-Chairperson, NCHRO  (Translation by Adv. Alaudeen ).

11)  Assignments to the Participants - Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuf.

12) Conclusion- M. Mohamed Shaik Ansari State General Secretary, Popular Front of India, Tamilnadu.

 

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NCHRO joins World in marking Day of Support for Torture Victims - "TORTURE IN ANY FORM IS A CRIME. PDF Print E-mail
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altThis Year Theme: TORTURE IN ANY FORM IS A CRIME.  PREVENT TORTURE
26-June-2016, Sunday, New Delhi  :-
International community annually commemorates the United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. Every 26 June providing an opportunity for human rights defenders and survivors to speak out against the crime of torture and to remember and support victims and survivors of torture throughout the world.
The NCHRO on Sunday joined the worldwide observance of the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. In India this year, the NCHRO have adopted the theme: ‘TORTURE IN ANY FORM IS A CRIME.  PREVENT TORTURE.”
The focus this year is on "PREVENT TORTURE" since Torture is flourishing because rather than respecting the law by refusing to tolerate torture, governments are either actively using torture, or turning a blind eye and lying about it to their own people and to the world. Torture is widely used  as a weapon against dissent, creating a climate of fear.
Although the scale of torture varies among states, a systemic culture of impunity in which perpetrators are rarely punished and justice for victims is elusive is common to all. Perpetrators tend to be powerful state actors including police, military, and security personnel. Leaders fail to condemn these horrific crimes. Judges and police lack the capacity—or the will—to pursue torturers. Victims are isolated and have no trusted, safe place to report torture. And those who pursue justice, accountability, and redress often face the threat of reprisals.
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Women paraded naked -NCHRO file complaint in NHRC PDF Print E-mail
Women

A young Women and man were paraded naked by the villagers in Rajasthan.

NCHRO  Rajsthan Chapter file complaint  in NHRC.

A young woman and her lover were mobbed, stripped and paraded naked by residents in Kasotia village under Kanod police station of the district. It was the punishment decided by the villagers as they were angry because the woman had left her husband’s home to live with her lover without seeking a community sanction. Not contented by the inhumane treatment, the villagers including the woman’s husband and his family members went a step ahead to torture the victims by keeping them tied up in the same position for two days and a night.

 

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NCHRO Karntaka Chapter organized an event to mark International Day in support of Victims of Torture PDF Print E-mail
NCHRO Karnataka

altNCHRO Karntaka Chapter organized an event to mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26th June 2016, in Bangalore, India.

Theme: TORTURE IN ANY FORM IS A CRIME.  PREVENT TORTURE

26-June-2016, Sunday - Town Hall - Bangalore, India

 

Human rights activists had gathered in front of Town Hall, Bangalore  to stand in solidarity with all victims of torture. Representatives stood together to condemn the use of any form of  torture.

The event started at 11am lead by Adv. S Balan who is the NCHRO Karnataka Chapter President and Eminent Lawyer at Karnataka High Court.

The speakers at the event includes:-  Ganesh from BTF(By the Worker, To the Worker & For the Worker),  Mohammed Kakkinje, Gen. Secratary of NCHRO Karnataka Chapter,  Vengopan from Fascist Virodhi Samithi, Jnanamurthy Secratary of NCHRO Karnataka Chapter and Mallesh from Jathi Vinash Samithi.

Speakers insisted on the absolute prohibition of torture and all other forms of ill-treatment. Reminded the  obligation of prevention of all forms of Torture. The preventative role of human rights bodies that  monitor the treatment of persons deprived of their liberty is now more important than ever. No justification for the use of torture, which is an act that intentionally inflicts physical and psychological harm and is being practiced in our country with impunity,”  they added.

 

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