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UN Day in support of torture victims at Lucknow

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign

UN Day in support of torture victims at Lucknow

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Dalit atrocities in Lalitpur: NHRC demands report

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign

Taking a note of complaints of alleged atrocities on Dalits in Bundelkhand’s Lalitpur district, the national human rights commission (NHRC) has sought a report from the state government.

The commission has also asked its director general (investigation) to send a factfinding team to Lalitpur to probe into the matter.

The issue of alleged harassment of Dalits in the form of caste-based discrimination, sexual exploitation and untouchability in the region was brought to the notice of the NHRC by an NGO - People’s Vigilance Committee of Human Rights (PVCHR) - working in Bundelkhand.

“The situation is alarming. Dalits are not allowed to wear shoes in front of upper caste people in rural areas of Lalitpur,” alleged Dr Lenin Raghuvanshi, chairman, PVCHR.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/
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NHRC issues notice to the UP Government on allegations of caste-based discrimination and sexual exploitation in Bundelkhand region.

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative

Allegedly, a Dalit needs to take off his shoes and hold it in his hand, if a Thakur is approaching towards him. He has to do so while visiting a locality in the village inhabited by upper caste. The complainant, Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi of PVCHR, Varanasi, UP, has alleged that this practice is prevalent in several villages of District Lalitpur in the region.

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Public Hearing on the realization of rule of law for scheduled caste

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative

Caritas India and People Vigilance Community for Human Rights (PVCHR) successfully organized a state-level Public Hearing on the realization of rule of law for scheduled caste in Patna on 17 May 2013. Its principal objective is to provide a platform to the Schedule Caste especially Mahadalits for sharing their atrocities against them and to come out with recommendation for the state government for improving the human rights situation of Schedule Caste especially mahadalits. The Public Hearing managed to draw 45 survivors from 6 districts of Bihar. http://www.caritasindia.org/InterventionDetails.aspx?Inid=96

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