//NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter Executive Committee meeting held in Jaipur.

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter Executive Committee meeting held in Jaipur.

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter Executive Committee meeting held in Jaipur.
Expansion of organization will be done in districts of Shekhavati, Mewar and Marwar areas

Jaipur
04 April 2019

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter Executive Committee meeting held in Jaipur.

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter organized a meeting of its Executive Committee. The meeting was held in the capital city of Jaipur and chaired by senior social worker, Father Vijay Paul. The meeting started with a two minute silence to pay condolence on demise of A.Sayeed, who has always strived to give voice to the least heard of the society.

NCHRO Exco Member, Ansar Indori explained how our efforts helps protecting human rights and ending human rights abuses.

Mohammad Hanif, NCHRO Rajasthan State General Secretary, informed about the organisation’s work and pointed at the problem of the shrinking space for civil society. A report of previous works presented in the meeting included the atrocities of Jindal Steel in Pur town of Bhilwara. Participants of the meeting discussed the role of NCHRO that the human rights movement has made great strides in the past, but human rights abuses still occur with saddening regularity. It was also decided to expand the organization in the districts of Shekhawati, Mewar and Marwar areas and strengthening structures and procedures within NCHRO.

NCHRO Rajasthan Chapter Executive Committee meeting held in Jaipur.

The meeting attended by Mohanlal Berwa, C.M. Sakyawar, Barkatullah Khan, Abdul Wajid (Bundi), Yadram Singh Yadav and Shabbur Ali.
N.K.Maurya thanked the volunteers for their work.

The meeting pointed that the aim of human rights instruments is the protection of those vulnerable to violations of their fundamental human rights. There are particular groups who, for various reasons, are weak and vulnerable or have traditionally been victims of violations and consequently require special protection for the equal and effective enjoyment of their human rights.