India is a Democratic country. In fact, Our Nation gives rights to every individual to live a free life and also Freedom of expression. Moreover, All people of India enjoy Fundamental rights. Fundamental rights are part of the Indian constitution. Rajendra Criminal Law Firm is home to experienced criminal advocates who specialize in handling cases related to human rights violations. Our team of legal experts is dedicated to defending the rights of individuals who have suffered from human trafficking, exploitation, and other violations of their basic rights.
CRIMINAL ADVOCATES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS COURT
Human rights are applicable to all people irrespective of caste, birth, and so on. Meanwhile, It is not inalienable to any person. These rights are divisible as important and unimportant. But, equal importance is allowable to all fundamental rights and protection by law. Most of all, It makes people powerful. Without a doubt, It encourages justice and welfare for the people. Our criminal advocates have extensive experience in representing clients in human rights courts and have successfully defended numerous cases. We understand the importance of upholding the rights and strive to ensure that justice in every case we take on.
What are the basic Human rights in India?
The following are the fundamental rights of any individual in India:
- Right to Equality before the Law
- Rights to follow any religion of a person’s choice
- Right to form association and assembly
- Rights to expression and speech
- Right to approach the court to protect civil rights
- Rights against exploitation
Importance of Human Rights
Indian constitution says every individual must enjoy freedom in physical aspects and thinking. Human rights are for the purpose to keep unity among people. It is for the cooperation and development of people in India. They are the basic core of the Indian constitution. In other words, it is a part of our constitutional rights. They are significant. They have deep and strong roots in the Indian constitution.
Human rights courts in India
India has two commissions at both central and state levels. They are:
- National Human Rights Commission
- State Human Rights Commission
National Human Rights Commission in short is NHRC. It is an autonomous organization under Human rights Ordinance. This organization takes its own action. It functions at central level.
Firstly, State Human Rights Commission in short is SHRC. Moreover, It exists at state level. The functions of SHRC is to protect People rights of respective State. Any human right issues is trial-able at respective state’s SHRC where crime happened.
How to file the NHRC complaint ?.
The following guidelines are helpful in filing a complaint with NHRC:
- A victim or his representative can raise a complaint with NHRC
- The complaint with NHRC is necessary to be in writing. Hindi, English, or languages in the 8th schedule is allowable to file complaints. One complete set of complaints is necessary for submission at NHRC.
- NHRC complaints can be through email, post or fax
- There are no fees for registering a complaint with NHRC.
- Your complaint should explain the violation of any human right. Give details about any abatement thereof. Describe the negligence of public servants in preventing such violations.
- Registration of complaint is advisable within one year from the date of the alleged violation.
- Enclose supporting documents of the alleged violation of a human right along with the complaint.
- The complaint has to contain the victim’s name/age/sex/religion/sex / District and State of the incident etc.
- It is preferable to submit the complaint available with SHRC. It makes the processing of your complaint is easy and quick.
Complaints Which are not entertain-able by NHRC
- A complaint which is illegible may get rejected
- Bogus, vague or anonymous complaints may get rejected
- Petty and unimportant complaints are unacceptable by NHRC
- Any issues pending with SHRC / any commission are unwelcome.
- Issues later than one year from the date of the alleged violation of a human right is unacceptable.
- Complaints against public servants are not allowed
- Problems with civil disputes like property disputes, and contract disputes are not entertainable.
- Complaints of services are not considered by NHRC
- Industry or labour problems are not entertain-able by NHRC
- The complaint that does not point out the specific human rights violation gets rejected
- Issues which is sub-judice before any tribunal or court
- The issues covered by the commission’s decision are not acceptable.
It is preferable to file complaints as per the format given by NHRC. The above are the details of the information that are necessary to fill out the complaint. The complaint in the prescribed format facilitates speedy processing.
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No human being should get belittled for one’s rights. Indian laws recognize the rights of certain groups. There may be diversity in culture, tradition, or beliefs. But, rights are the same, and equal for every person be they rich or poor.
Criminal lawyers in our Law firm are indeed good at handling cases at Human rights courts both at SHRC & NHRC. Do not suffer with Torture or Violation of Rights. You can fight violation of your all in all rights with litigation. All public authorities should follow human rights. It can be Police, govt. offices or court. Bring your issues to us. Of course, We will analyze your problems and suggest proper legal remedies for the same. Get in touch with us today and book an appointment with our experienced Criminal attorneys.
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