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NCHRO General Secretary and Secretary visited Prof S A R Gilani. PDF Print E-mail

altApril 10,  New Delhi :- Prof P Koya, the General Secretary and Mr Reny Ayline  the Secretary visited Prof S A R Gilani in New Delhi at his residence. Prof Gilani  arrested in a case of sedition, was released from Tihar jail  in March.

NCHRO demanded  Geelani's release while he was arrested and demanded that sedition charges should be dropped against him and he should be allowed to rejoin duty. It seems the  “colonial” sedition law under which he has been charged was being “misused to suppress dissent” and should be scrapped. “Supreme Court had clearly laid down the parameters of applicability of the sedition law and had held time and again that peaceful discussions and expression of views cannot attract charges of sedition.

NCHRO conducted Two-day National level Human Rights workshop for Activists, at Delhi PDF Print E-mail

altNew Delhi, 13 April 2016: NCHRO conducted a Two-day National level Human Rights workshop for activists at Delhi on 11 and 12 of April. NCHRO National Exco member Prof. Shamsul Islam (Delhi University) inaugurated the workshop.
The topics of the classes given were Human Rights: Theory and practice, Human rights situation in India and human rights activism, Human hights laws in India, Universal declaration of human rights and International human rights conventions, Judiciary and its structure - hierarchy and functioning, Procedures and need of documentation - from FIR to trial in human rights violations, How to use RTI for defending civil rights, Documentation of human rights violations and the illegal practices in the cases of draconian laws and  Fact finding modalities.

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter - New State committee Declaration PDF Print E-mail
NCHRO Rajasthan

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter - New State committee Declaration and  Seminar on 'Intolerance and Human Rights Situation' in Hotel Palm, Jaipur.

Jaipur. March 21, 2016. The National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations; Rajasthan State Executive announced in Jaipur. Under the direction of NCHRO National Vice Chairperson, Adv. YK Shabana.

Newly Elected State Functionaries as below:-
R.K. Ankodia State President,  Ansar Indori State Secretary , Dr. Kusum Meghwal State Vice president, Haji Abdul Salam State Vice President,  Adv. Aitmad Joint Secretary,  Dr. Kalpana Joint Secretary, Mrs. Mehrunnisa Khan State Treasurer.

Address of President:-
Justice R.K.Ankodiya ( Retd.)
7,Hanuman Nagar Extn.
Vishnu Marg,Sirsi Road
Jaipur-302021 (Rajsthan)

State committee Members:-
Sabbor Ali , Tikam Shakiye, Anis Ansari, Ad.Hari Narayan, Barkatullha khan, Dr.Inder Raj Meghwal, Shaheen Parveen, Mohammed Farukh, Dr.Pinky Joseph, Shahid Durrani, D.S.Gehlot, Mohammed Shahid, Chander Shekhar, Ahmed Ali khan.


Fact Finding Report of the death of the Dalit Girl Student in Nokha – Rajasthan. NCHRO – Rajasthan PDF Print E-mail

altFact Finding Report of the death of the Dalit Girl Student in Nokha – Rajasthan.  NCHRO – Rajasthan Chapter

Members of Fact Finding Team:-
Ansar Indori, Secretary NCHRO Rajasthan,
Dr Kalpana Chittorgarh, Joint Secretary,
Mehboob Ali, Social Worker,
Abdun Naim, Social Worker.

The girl student Delta resident of Garda Road in Barmer had left her small village with many dreams. She had reached Jain Adarsh Girls Education and Training Institute to pursue BST. The family members also were glad that the girl would become self-reliant after study bringing glory to the family but the dreams cherished by the girl got broken even before it comes true. Joys of the family turned to be mourning. There is darkness in the house of the girl. Entire family is shocked. The dead body of the girl was found in the premises of the same college in which she studied.

One team of our organization reached Nokha to find the reality of the case. The team collected facts talking to the police officers, college management, friends of the girl, staff of the college and persons belonging to Meghwal Community.

Attappady Women seek closure of  liquor shop, NCHRO supports the Stir. PDF Print E-mail
altAttappady 25-Mar-2016 : Around 300 tribeswomen here are on an indefinite agitation under Thaykula Sanghom, a women’s collective, seeking closure of the nearest liquor retail outlet at Anaikatty town.  The liquor shop, at the eastern edge of Attappady, does brisk business just outside the State boundary. Hundreds of women living close to the liquor shop have joined hands demanding its shut down.Almost all political parties and social organisations in Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu have also come out in support of the agitation, blaming the liquor shop for the evils plaguing the whole region. NCHRO team visited the site; comprised of Kerala Chapter President Vilayodi Shivankutty, O Shakuntala poetess and teacher, Human rights activist O H Khalil etc.
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