14 The Indian EXPRESS Dadri lynching serious violation of human rights, may take action: NHRC By: Express News Service, New Delhi Published:Oct 13, 2015, 2:48 On the issue of beef ban leading to serious law and order situation, Justice Joseph said even though the commission has not formed its stand on the complex issue, it is bound to protect the citizens right to food of their choice. Calling the lynching of a man at Dadri a very serious violation of human rights, the National Human Rights Commission Monday said it did not rule out the possibility of taking action over it. However, it said the law restricts it from acting since the matter has been taken up by the National Commission for Minorities. Dadri incident is a very serious violation of human rights and some complaints have come to us. But, under the statute, we have no jurisdiction to take cognizance of violation of human rights if another commission has already taken note of it. But we are exploring the possibility of doing something on it, Justice Cyriac Joseph, acting chairperson of the NHRC, told media persons. On the issue of beef ban leading to serious law and order situation, Justice Joseph said even though the commission has not formed its stand on the complex issue, it is bound to protect the citizens right to food of their choice. Reacting to cancellation of Pakistani Ghazal singer Ghulam Ali s concerts and the ink attack on Observer Research Foundation chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni on Monday, Justice Joseph said the commission will examine them.
15 NHRC sees Dadri 'pattern' Tuesday, October 13, 2015 New Delhi, Oct. 12: The country's top human rights body today hinted it might step in to probe last month's Dadri lynching although another panel had already taken cognisance of the incident and the law barred a parallel investigation. Justice (Retd) Cyriac Joseph, acting chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission, also spoke of an "unfortunate pattern" in the rising incidents of tension in the country, as the panel reacted sharply to Mohammad Akhlaque's September 28 murder over unsubstantiated rumours that the 50-year-old had eaten beef. The commission also said the "right to eat" was a fundamental right, indicating there was no constitutional bar on consuming beef. According to Section 36(1) of the Human Rights Act, 1994, the commission cannot take up any matter pending before a state panel or any other body constituted under any law that is in force. Justice Joseph acknowledged the provision. "We have a provision under which we have no jurisdiction of taking up the human rights violation if another court or body has taken cognisance as per section 36(1) of the Human Rights Act. "We understand the National Minority Commission has taken cognisance (of the Uttar Pradesh lynching). But still we are thinking of examining the question of exploring the position as it is a very serious human rights violation," the acting chairperson told a news conference. Asked if the commission saw any systematic pattern in the increasing incidents of communal tension in the country and the row over eating beef, Justice Joseph said: "There is some unfortunate pattern which involves serious issues and complex issues. Also, give us some time, we would like to examine the matter from that perspective also. We are not closing our eyes." NHRC members D. Murgesan, a retired judge, and S.C. Sinha, were also present at the conference organised on the NHRC's foundation day. Beef row Asked whether an individual has the right to eat beef or not, Justice Joseph said a citizen "has that right and the NHRC is bound to protect it" but added that the commission had not formed any general opinion on the row. "We have not formed any opinion. Bombay High Court has passed a judgment (upholding the temporary ban imposed by the Maharashtra government). We have not formed any opinion." On the murder of Kannada writer M.M. Kalburgi by some fanatics, the NHRC acting chief said: "Freedom of speech and expression is a very valuable fundamental right which should be
16 protected. We have issued notice to the Karnataka government. No complaint was received but we took suo motu action." The NHRC said between January 1 and October 10, the commission had inquired into more than 1.17 lakh cases, with Uttar Pradesh topping the list of rights violations followed by Odisha. The heartland state accounted for 53,333 cases, and Odisha 12,457. Haryana, with 10,920 cases, Delhi (7,648), Bihar (4,046), Rajasthan (3,163) and Madhya Pradesh (3009) are some of the other states on the dubious list.
17 Dadri Lynching Serious Violation of Human Rights: NHRC By PTI Published: 12th October :03 PM NEW DELHI: National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today described the killing of a man in Dadri area of west UP last month as "serious" violation of human rights but expressed inability to take any action, saying the matter was already with the Minority Commission. The Acting Chairperson of the NHRC, Justice Cyriac Joseph, said that the panel had no jurisdiction to take cognisance of violation of human rights if another Commission has taken note of it. "Dadri incident is a very serious violation of human rights and some complaints have come to us. But, under the statute, we have no jurisdiction to take cognisance of violation of human rights if already another Commission has taken note of it. "This is the restriction of the statute imposed on us. Though from Mexico, I had given instructions to my office to take cognisance of the incident, the Minority Commission had already taken cognisance in the case and had issued notices," he said. However, Justice Joseph said he was exploring the possibility of doing "something" in the matter. "As minority commission is dealing with the case, we cannot proceed with it, however, we are examining it and also exploring the possibility of doing something in the matter," Justice Joseph said at 22nd Foundation Day of NHRC today. Section 36 (1) of the Act states that the Commission shall not enquire into any matter which is pending before a National Commission, State commission or any other Commission duly constituted under any law. On the issue of beef ban leading to serious law and order situation, Justice Joseph said even though the Commission has not formed its stand on the "complex issue", it is bound to protect the "citizens' right to food of their choice." Reacting to cancellation of Ghulam Ali's concerts in Mumbai and Pune and the ink attack on ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni, Justice Joseph said that the Commission is concerned and will examine them. "We will be examining whether the state or its offices have failed in their duty in protecting and ensuring the freedom of the citizens of the country," he said adding that the whole society must be concerned with such incidents.
18 "We have a democracy here and all those who are involved in the democratic life of this country, be it the political parties, the law enforcement agencies or judiciary etc, everyone should be concerned," he said. The Commission has taken cognizance in the case of the Indian domestic worker, whose hand was allegedly chopped off by Saudi employer and has issued notices to External Affairs Ministry to take action in the matter. In the period between Oct 1, 2014 and October 8 this year has received a total 1,17,888 cases were registered in the Commission, out of which 98,460 cases were disposed off and in 19,428 cases, the final decisions are yet to be taken. Monetary relief was granted in 328 cases and a total Rs 695,10,000 were recommended for payment of compensation. The Commission has majority of the complaints from Uttar Pradesh (53,333) followed by Odisha (12,457), Haryana (10,920), Delhi (7,648) and Bihar (3,163) The Commission has also received 351 cases from abroad regarding alleged violation of human rights in the last one year. "The cases are violation of human rights of Indian citizens by the establishment or the government of that country where they live and their complaint is that...we have approached the Indian embassy but they have not helped us or protected out interests, so please intervene and request them so that they come to our rescue," said Justice Joseph.
19 Dadri Incident Serious Violation of Human Right: NHRC, Sartaz By Express News Service Published: 12th October :05 PM NEW DELHI: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday described the killing of a Mohmmad Iqlaq in Dadri area of Greater Noida a fortnight ago as a "serious" violation of human rights. The acting Chairperson of the NHRC, Justice Cyriac Joseph, said that the panel had no jurisdiction to take cognisance of violation of human rights if minority commission has taken note of it. However, Justice Joseph said he was exploring the possibility of doing "something" in the matter. "Dadri incident is a very serious violation of human rights and some complaints have come to us.as minority commission is dealing with the case, we cannot proceed with it, however, we are examining it and also exploring the possibility of doing something in the matter," Justice Joseph said at 22nd Foundation Day of NHRC. On the issue of beef ban leading to serious law and order situation, Justice Joseph said even though the Commission has not formed its stand on the "complex issue", it is bound to protect the "citizens' right to food of their choice." "We have a democracy here and all those who are involved in the democratic life of this country, be it the political parties, the law enforcement agencies or judiciary etc, everyone should be concerned," Joseph added.
20 NHRC India observess its 22nd Foundation Day Monday, 12 October :20pm IST Team Iamin.in The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), India observed its 22nd Foundation Day on Monday. The Commission was established on the 12th of October, 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights (PHR) Act, The Act embodies the spirit of the Constitution of India and is also in conformity with the Paris Principles. It has a Chairperson and four Members, who are appointed under a Presidential Warrant. Presently, Justice Cyriac Joseph is the Acting Chairperson since 13th May, 2015 and Justice D. Murugesan and S.C. Sinha are the other Members of the Commission. S.N. Mohanty, IAS is the Secretary General of the Commission. Since its inception, the National Human Rights Commission has registered 15, 02,398 cases. During the last one year, from October, 2014 to October, 2015, it has registered 1, 15,896 cases and out of these, it has disposed 95,563 cases. Most of thesee cases relate to alleged police inaction in protection of human rights, abuse of power by police, false implication by police, dowry death and harassment for dowry, indignity of women and inaction by State authorities, etc. During this period, the Commission intervened in various important cases, such as killing of two youths and injury to others in firing by Army in Chattergam area in Budgam, J& &K; allegations of 30 thousand quacks practicing in Tamil Nadu, notice to 27 State Governments on the steps taken by them to address the problem of fluorosis; vandalizing of churches in Delhi; killing of alleged red Sandal smugglers in Andhra Pradesh, etc. During this period, the Commission had also recommended total Rs.6,83,90,000/- as monetary relief. Apart from processing the cases, NHRC has been organising Camp Sittings and Open Hearings. Total six Camp Sittings and Open Hearings were organised all over the country from October, 2014 to October, Besides, NHRC has been organising sensitization and awareness programmes for the masses; such as Child and Bonded Labour, Silicosis and Mental Health. The Commission has also organised Regional Workshops on Bonded Labour at Chandigarh, Tamil Nadu and Lucknow. It has also organised National Seminars on Prison Reforms, Silicosis and Mental Health. Apart from these, the Commission also organised five National Seminars in Hindi in different universities of the country for creating awareness about human rights amongst students. The Commission will also be holding Regional Public Hearings on Right to Health Care in Public and Private Sector and Regional Consultations for Third Universal Periodic Review across the country.
21 The National Human Rights Commission also has Special Rapporteurs, who are like eyes and ears of the Commission. They are given subjects, such as Bonded Labour, Child Labour, Custodial Justice, Dalit Issues, Health, Disability, Juvenile Justice, Human Rights Education, Rights of Women, Rights of Elderly etc. in the national perspective, or in their territorial jurisdictions, to study and report to the Commission. Besides, it has Core/Expert Groups to advise the Commission on specific issues of human rights like Health, Emergency Medical Care, Mental Health, Disability, Bonded Labour, Right to Food, Elderly Persons, Silicosis, Lawyers and NGOs.
22 Live Law.in National Human Rights Commission observes its 22nd Foundation Day today ;95,563 cases disposed last year By: PIB October 12, 2015 The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) is celebrating its 22nd Foundation day today. The National Human Rights Commission was established on 12th October, 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights (PHR) Act, To interact with media on the emerging issues related to human rights, an interaction was organised in New Delhi by the Commission. Informing the media about the registration of cases during the last year, Mr. Justice Cyriac Joseph, the acting Chairperson of NHRC said that during the last year (October, 2014 to October, 2015) the Commission has registered 1,15,896 cases and out of these, it has disposed 95,563 cases. He also informed that the highest number of cases have been registered in the state of Uttar Pradesh followed by Odisha, Haryana, Delhi, Bihar, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Since its inception, the NHRC has registered 15,02,398 cases. The Commission is addressing the emerging issues of human rights violations relating to bonded and child labour, right to clean environment, right to health, rights of prisoners and rights of women among other related human right issues. Mr. Justice Cyriac Joseph also said that media has a great role to play in the protection of human rights. Media brings into the notice of commission such violations either directly or indirectly, upon which the commission can take suo moto cognizance. He also called for protection of human rights of the staff working within the commission. He informed that an in-house round table conference is being organized in this regard. Other members of the NHRC Mr Justice D. Murugesan and Mr S.C. Sinha were also present during the interaction. On the occasion, the NHRC is also organising a function in the evening. Nobel laureate Shri Kailash Satyarthi, will be the Chief Guest. A Cultural Programme will be presented by Children from Asha Kiran, Home for Mentally Challenged, and Association for Learning Performing Arts & Normative Action (ALPANA) besides artists of the Songs & Drama Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting and NHRC Employees.
23 National Human Rights Commission observes its 22nd Foundation Day today AUTHOR: NITI PIB BOT - OCTOBER 12, 2015 The National Human Rights Commission was established on 12th October, 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights (PHR) Act, To interact with media on the emerging issues related to human rights, an interaction was organised in New Delhi by the Commission. Informing the media about the registration of cases during the last year, Mr. Justice Cyriac Joseph, the acting Chairperson of NHRC said that during the last year (October, 2014 to October, 2015) the Commission has registered 1,15,896 cases and out of these, it has disposed 95,563 cases. He also informed that the highest number of cases have been registered in the state of Uttar Pradesh followed by Odisha, Haryana, Delhi, Bihar, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Since its inception, the NHRC has registered 15,02,398 cases. The Commission is addressing the emerging issues of human rights violations relating to bonded and child labour, right to clean environment, right to health, rights of prisoners and rights of women among other related human right issues. Mr. Justice Cyriac Joseph also said that media has a great role to play in the protection of human rights. Media brings into the notice of commission such violations either directly or indirectly, upon which the commission can take suo moto cognizance. He also called for protection of human rights of the staff working within the commission. He informed that an in-house round table conference is being organized in this regard. Other members of the NHRC Mr Justice D. Murugesan and Mr S.C.Sinha were also present during the interaction. On the occasion, the NHRC is also organising a function in the evening. Nobel laureate Shri Kailash Satyarthi, will be the Chief Guest. A Cultural Programme will be presented by Children from Asha Kiran, Home for Mentally Challenged, and Association for Learning Performing Arts & Normative Action (ALPANA) besides artists of the Songs & Drama Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting and NHRC Employees.
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