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Illegal detention, haIrassment and interrogation of Sunita Narayan by the Chandrapur police PDF Print E-mail
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CHRO demands fair practice from Kerala Police PDF Print E-mail
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18, August, 2006, Kozhikode,

In the wake of mass raids on Muslim youths and publications, CHRO (Confederation of Human Rights Organizations in Kerala) today demanded due respect  to Human Rights and Rule of Law from Police forces.  Kerala is unique in maintaining its secular tradition, Rule of Law, Respect to Human Rights, communal harmony and high standards in various fields of the development of social life. It is this noble tradition and communal harmony that some part of police force and media is  trying to demolish, CHRO  officials said in a communique.

CHRO is concerned about the press reports from many parts of Kerala about police raids on many muslim homes and Publications in the pretext of finding banned "SIMI" activists. Instead of " Finding the link of a SIMI past"  the law enforcement authorities should look on "illegal activities conducted by the alleged persons"if any.

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CHRO statement on the International Day in Support of Torture Victims 26 June 2006 PDF Print E-mail
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A Statement by the Confederation of Human Rights Organizations, Kerala on the International Day in Support of Torture Victims and Survivors, 26, June 2006

 International Day in Support of Torture Victims and Survivors
Artwork by Octavio Roth
According to National Human Rights Commission's statisitcs, every day about 4 persons die in custody in India.  Its reports say that, there were a total of 54 custodial deaths in Kerala during 2002-2003, of which 4 were in police custody and 50 in judicial custody. The custodial death of Udayakumar on September 27, 2005 in the capital was not an isolated incident. The youth, who died while in custody of Fort police, was not involved in any crime. Udayakumar, a 28- year old youth who had been picked up by the police from the Sreekanteswaram Park, in "suspicious circumstances", was being tortured to death within a few hours.

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