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NCHRO Condemns authorities Targeting Human Rights Organizations, Demanding Drop all Charges PDF Print E-mail
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August 18, 2016, New Delhi:

alt NCHRO demanded that the authorities must immediately drop all charges against Amnesty India, It is not a crime assembly and report human rights violations. The FIR against Amnesty India is indicative of the shrinking human rights space in the country and authorities must immediately drop all charges against Amnesty and stop intimidating dissenting voices. The true injustice is that human rights organization is  being punished for reporting on torture, extra judicial killings and forced disappearances.

NCHRO condemns arrest and detention of Human Rights Activist, Khurram Parvez. PDF Print E-mail
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19/09/2016 The NCHRO  have issued a statement expressing serious concerns over the arrest and arbitrary detention of human rights activist , Khurram Parvez  as  Government continue to silence criticism of the state.

Khurram Parvez, 39, is a well-known activist, outspoken on a range of issues,  is the program coordinator for the Coalition of Civil Society Organisation. He was arrested from his home on 15-Sep-2016, Thursday, one day after he prevented from boarding a plane to the Geneva to attend the ongoing session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC).

The Indian Express reported that the authorities allowed Parvez's colleagues, Parvez Imroz and Kartik Murukutla, to travel to Geneva.  Sections 107 and 151 of the Code of Criminal Procedure allow the government to take a person into custody.

NCHRO condemns his arrest and calls for all charges against him to be dropped.  Freedom of opinion, expression, and assembly are basic rights protected by international treaties to which our country is party. The authorities to release the activist immediately, stop targeting government critics who seek to express dissenting views.

This arrest demonstrates a clear attempt to silence human rights advocacy and deter activists from exposing ongoing violations. NCHRO believes No peaceful activist should be facing prison particularly those who promote and protect human rights through peaceful and non-violent means.

News from Victims - 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.
Women paraded naked -NCHRO file complaint in NHRC PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - 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.


Save Them — Stop Human Trafficking PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - Children
14-June-2016 Kozhikode, Kerala
Three Bangladeshi women have been staying at the Mahila Mandiram, Kozhikode, Kerala for many years, after being denied permission to return to their homeland. It has been eight years since they came to Kozhikode trapped in a sex racket as teenagers.
The women were brought to the State by a human trafficking racket. The accused in the cases are reportedly absconding. The police have not allowed the women to go back to Bangladesh as they are the witnesses in the cases which are yet to be solved.
NCHRO Report on Alleged State Repression and Killing of Tribals in Kalahandi and Rayagada Districts PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - Dalits&Tribals

altBubaneswar 17-May-2016 :- The National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO) formed an All India Fact Finding team to investigate and publish a report on the atrocities committed by the police and armed forces stationed in Kalahandi and Rayagada districts of Odisha state.
The members of the team are:
Prof. Amarx Marx, Chair Person, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO), Cell: 094441 20582,
Reny Ayline, National Secretary, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO), Cell: 09633443798,
Narendra Mohanty, Natioanal Executive Member, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO),/ State Convener, Campaign Against Fabricated Cases(CAFC),Odisha Cell: 09437426647,
Adv. M.A. Momen Halder, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations (NCHRO), West Bengal, Cell: 09830714383,
Abdul Hannan, Student Activist, Jharkhand, Cell: 07352087646.


The Brutal Rape and Murder of Jisha shows that life for Poor women is as Savage as ever PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - Women

alt5th May 2016,Perumbavoor , Kerala :  Jisha, a law student who hailed from a poor family, was allegedly subjected to rape and brutal assault using sharp edged weapons before being murdered at her house in Perumbavoor on April 28. No formal arrest has been made yet in the crime that shocked the State.

NCHRO Team visited the ailing mother of the victim admitted to a hospital in Perumbavoor and said that the culprits should be brought to justice at the earliest. The law student’s lifeless body showed signs that she’d been strangled, tortured and sexually assaulted, before she died in the small, run down home she shared with her family in Perumbavoor, Kerala.
NCHRO demanded the rehabilitation of her mother and sister. The Team noted that whenever  a Dalit girls dies, Governments' role shrinked to mere announcement of Financial aid. Successive governments have failed to provide security for her family.
Oppression and inequality are disproportionately spread, according to income and caste.
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