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NHRC takes actions: Hearings commence today for over 40 pending Human Rights Violation cases in NE states

The National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) India, will hear over 40 pending human rights violations in the North- Eastern states today.

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The National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) India, will hear over 40 pending human rights violations in the North- Eastern states today.

The NHRC conducts camp sitting at the Administrative Staff College, Guwahati today to address human rights violation cases in North- Eastern States.

The commission is raising awareness among local self- governments about human rights, conducting a national conference on ‘ Advancing Human Rights through Local Self Governments’  on November 16.

The Commission will also meet members of civil society and NGOs as well as the press during its two- day visit. The National conference saw participation from Chairpersons of State Human Rights Commissions and senior officials from Central and State Governments in Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Sikkim.

NHRC, India’s Chairperson Justice Arun Mishra, Members Dr. Dnyaneshwar M. Mulay and Rajiv Jain, along with Secretary General Bharat Lal and other officials, attend the camp sitting today. The Commission will also meet with Chief Secretaries, DGPs, and senior officers of the 8 NE states to review action on advisories, recommendations, and ensure the protection and promotion of human rights.

Today, during the camp sitting, the Commission will meet with all State Human Rights Commissions (SHRCs) of NE states to enhance synergy in activities, fostering the protection and promotion of human rights and raising awareness across society. 

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