Delhi govt forms human rights commission, Justice Umanath Singh new chairperson

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Delhi government on Saturday constituted the State Human Rights Commission with Justice (Retd) Umanath Singh as chairperson.

According to a Delhi government statement, the chairperson and the member of the commission were ‘unanimously selected by a committee constituted to form the State Human Rights Commission.’

“The selection committee comprised of Chief Minister of Delhi, Chairman, Speaker of Delhi Assembly, Member, Leader of Opposition, Member, and Home Minister, Delhi Government, Member,” the statement said.

The four member committee agreed on the names of Justice (Retd.) Sh. Umanath Singh as chairman and social activist Raj Mangal Prasad as the member.

 

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  1. THE FACT REMAINS,
    IT IS ONLY AAP WHICH TAKES CARE OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ……

    The Supreme Court had on July 24 observed that successive governments had simply not bothered to set up the SHRC even 22 years after Parliament enacted the Protection of Human Rights Act in 1993, an official said.

    A government official said that according to a report by the National Human Rights Commission shows that of a total of 94,985 cases of human rights violation were registered in the country with the largest number 46,187 reported from Uttar Pradesh followed by Delhi with 7,988 cases, and Haryana with 6,921 cases.

    TO ME,
    ONLY SELFLESS POLITICS WHICH EVOLVES KEEPING AAM AADMI, ie,
    THE ULTIMATE BENEFICIARIES AT ITS CENTER,
    IRRESPECTIVE OF ANY CASTE AND RELIGION
    CAN BE THE SAVIOR OF OUR NATION …..

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