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NCHRO Assam Chapter Held A Table Discussion On The on D’ Voters Issue PDF Print E-mail

altGuwahati, March 15, 2016 (Tuesday):-  National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO)  Assam Chapter organised A Table Discussion On The on D’ Voters Issue  at Guwahati. Senior advocate of Guwahati High Court Adv.Hafiz Rashid Ahmed Chowdry presided the meeting.  NCHRO State General Secretary Aminul Haque welcomed the delegates.

NCHRO National Secretary Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuff delivered the introductory remarks. High court senior advocate SM Biswas of Citizens Rights Preservation Committee (CRPC) gave key-note speech.  Advocates Altab Mullah, A Rahman Shikdar, Abdul Awal Dewan, Mul Hoque Ahmed, Mafidul Hoque,Burhanuddin Ahmed, CRPC General Secretary Shekrar Ch; Retiried IAS Officer A H Khandakar were actively participated in the discussion.

Let us Protect the idea of JNU PDF Print E-mail

Professor Marx addressing Press conferenceNew Delhi,Feb, 25, 2016 : The National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO) sent a team to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi to express its solidarity with the students and teachers who are fighting for their constitutional rights of free speech within the campus.

The members of the team are:  Prof. A.Marx, Chair Person, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO) G.Sugumaran, Ex Co  Member, NCHRO. P.Abdul Nazar, National President, Campus Front of India. Anees Ansari, Stae President, Popular Front of India, Rajasthan, Sahibe Alam,  Social Activist, Uttar Pradesh.

The team visited the campus on 24-Feb-2016 and met various sections of students and teachers and spent a whole day with them. The people whom we met include Shehla Rashid (Vice President, JNUSU), Sucheta De (National President, AISA), Lenin (Former JNUSU President), Theepanchan (SFI), Jayabalan (Scholar), Kavitha (scholar), Geetha (Scholar), Prof Ajit Kanna (JNUTA), Prof  Jothi Bhosley (Jt. Secy, JNUTA).

We also met so many other students and scholars in the campus.


‘Challenges of Human Rights in Goa – An agenda for Action’ :Public Dialogue conducted by NCHRO Goa PDF Print E-mail

National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations – Goa Chapter conducted their maiden program with a Public Dialogue titled ‘Challenges of Human Rights in Goa – An agenda for Action’ at Avenue Hotel, Margao on 20th February, 2016 at 4.30 pm.

Prof. A. Marx, National Chairperson of NCHRO addressing the Function. Sitting(L to R): Adv. Albertina Almeida, Mr. Santosh Saple, Fr. Savio Fernandes and Mr. Cyril FernandesMr. Tenny Fernandes introduced the purpose of conducting such a Meet and briefly explained the journey of NCHRO-Goa Chapter.

NCHRO –Goa President, Fr. Savio Fernandes welcomes the Guests said that 'the various groups working for Human Rights in Goa has to form a Solidarity Forum which will give a moral boost to all right minded people. He further added 'Individually we do not have the power & strength but, working together is a way to bring Dreams comes true.

Prof. A. Marx, National Chairperson of NCHRO  was introduced by Adv. Ashma Sayed, his qualification, area of work & his vast experience was made known to the people present in the event.

Prof. A. Marx called upon to work for the people suffering from Human Rights Violations as he introduced the NCHRO’s work in India. He said 'in Assam, more than 3 lakh people were sent out from their own houses calling them Bangladeshi but, NCHRO interfered and has successfully proved the Indian authorities that they are a part of India.


Rajnath Singh should resign, SAR Geelani to be released, All sedition cases to be with drawn:- NCHRO PDF Print E-mail
Legal Support for Victims

altChennaI :We strongly condemn the arrest of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar and the police crackdown on the students and their supporters.  The way in which the BJP government acted after the February 9th incidents makes us wonder whether we are living in Germany under Hitler.  The draconian sedition law enacted by the colonial British Govt against the freedom fighters is now used against students who had assembled to express their views about the way in which the Indian Government executed Afsal Guru.

The hanging of Afsal Guru without following the mandatory procedures such as informing his wife and child was condemned by eminent persons such as Justice Markandeya Katju and Justice A.P.Shah.The Supreme Court while confirming his death sentence had said he should die to satisfy the conscience of the nation, not a perfectly legal way of dismissing an appeal.  Even the BJP’s alliance partner People’s Democratic Party of J&K had condemned it. Speaking in support of the right to self determination is not a crime. It is said that somebody in the crowd had shouted pro Pakistani slogans.  Now a video clipping in circulation shows that it is some ABVP students shouting these slogans. It seems it is a pre planned mischief to attribute false motives to the students who had organized the event.  The Delhi Police is picking  up many innocent youths saying that they resemble JNU students.

The former Delhi University Prof S.A.R. Geelani was also arrested yesterday under sedition and criminal conspiracy charges for conducting a press meet in support of Afsal Guru.



Mumbai, 17th February 2016

altThe renowned writer, commentator and rights activist Mr. Ram Puniyani was awarded NCHRO’s Mukundan C Menon Award 2015, in a graceful function at Al Karimi Library Hall of Anjuman-E-Islam, CST, Mumbai. The program was started at 4.45 pm and the dignitaries that graced the occasion were Mr. Ram Puniyani, Justice Suresh Hosbet (Retired Judge Bombay High Court), Adv. Amin Solkar (Legal Activist), Adv. Shabana Khan (National Vice Chairperson NCHRO), Sadique Qureshi (Social Activist), Mr. Santosh Saple (President NCHRO Maharashtra Chapter), Muhammad Hanif Khan (Maharashtra President, Popular Front of India), and Adv. Saifan (General Secretary NCHRO Maharashtra Chapter).

The program started with a welcome address by Santosh Saple who welcomed the guests and emphasized on the need of such awards and an encouraging song by student activists Rupali and team from Kabir Kala Manch.


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