Human right violation
Posted on Jan 11, 2022
By Mayur shukla
Published in News
Human Right Violation
Around 40% of human right violation cases lodged annually by the National Human Right Commission in the past three financial years till this October 31 were from Uttar Pradesh, according to data provided by the Ministry of Home Affairs to the Rajya Sabha.
In response to DMK MP M. Shanmugam's question whether human rights violations cases were on the rise, Minister of state for Home Affairs Nityanand Raj said it was the NHRC that was mandated to investigate and compile information regarding such violations, Mr. Raj reply included data provided by the NHRC.
The total number of rights violations cases lodged by the NHRC reduced from 89,584 in 2018-19 to 76,628 in 2019-20 . In 2021-22 , till October 31,64,170 cases were lodged the data showed.
Of the total number of cases, Uttar Pradesh accounted for 41,967 cases in 2018-19 .
Delhi accounted for 6,562 cases in 2018-19 and 4,972 this year till October 31.
The National Human Rights Commission of India is a statutory public body constituted on 12 October 1993 under the Protection of Human Right Ordinance of 28 September 1993 . It was given a statutory basis by the protection of Human Right Act, 1993.
These are right inherent to all Human being, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion or any other states. These include the right to life and liberty, freedom, from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education and many more.
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