India Based Volunteers
Congratulation to all management team and staffs of PVCHR for their hard work for transparency and accountability. After many intensive investigation,we received a very positive assessment order of Income Tax department.Read more...
Indian government should repeal sedition law
Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative
In October, J. L. Chugh, joint secretary of the Indian Home Ministry, issued a statement to the local People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights in India, and said a hearing would be convened to discuss the sedition law, according to CPJ's review of the statement. But the notice did not include a date or offer further details about the hearing. Two months have passed since that communique without further indications from your government about a specific timetable for addressing this critical issue.Read more...
Urgent Appeal: India: Indian patriachy with nexus with corrupt police system is failing to save a woman from violence of her husband
Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign, Take Action, Women Rights Initiative
PVCHR office received a 23-year-old woman Neelam (name changed) who was in trouble due to the atrocities by her husband. He used to abuse her every now and then, attacked her dignity in public by humiliating her in front of people, sexually assaulted her and made MMS. She suffered all this at the hand of her husband. She was not allowed to talk to any of the relatives, friends or neighbours and was threatened of dire consequences if she would speak to someone.
It is possible that his previous wife too was tortured like this and out of frustration she committed suicide in the house. However he could convince the in-laws and there was no case filed against him therefore he has a high spirit to commit such offences against the woman he marry. He would take names of musclemen while talking and flaunt their names as in close proximity. One the victim tried lodging a complaint with the Khojwa police-out-post but instead of listening to her woes the cops there tried to convince and threaten her to go back.
Once when she was upset with the torture of her husband she escaped to her mother’s house. But then he sent her a packet in which there were her clothes that were cut in to tiny pieces. He told her that I have sent your clothes now but if you do not return back soon I will do the same with your children so if she wanted has children to live she should come back. Even then she refused to go back. Then her brother Shyamsunder was lifted by cops and held captive in the police station. He was set free only when she went back.Read more...
भारत : सभ्य समाज में पुलिसिया प्रश्रय के कारण दरिंदा अधेड़ उम्र के पति द्वारा हैवानियत
मानवाधिकार जन निगरानी समिति ( PVCHR )कार्यालय मे मदद के लिए आयी 23 वर्षीय नीलम (काल्पनिक नाम) अपने पति हबसी और हैवान किस्म के आदमी जो बात-बात में गाली देने, ताना देने और शारीरिक दुव्यर्वहार के अलावा पति-पत्नी के बीच प्रेम भरा व्यवहार न कर सार्वजनिक यौन उत्पीडन और MMS बनाना जैसी अत्याचारो को सहती रही है ! जब कभी तंग आकर अपनी माँ के पास जाने को कहती तो वे नही आने देते। उन्हेपरिवार, रिश्तेदार पड़ोसियों किसी से बात करने की मनाही थी, पति सभी को धमकाकर रखते थे कि कोई मुझे बातचीत ना करें।Read more...
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The life narratives, voices, and actual experiences on this website reflect the spiritual awakenings of personalities extraordinaire who desired to make a difference in the lives of others. The passion for social justice and meaningful activities, the dedication to compassion, the commitment and healing journeys of those ordinary individuals and their stirring stories is what we intend to showcase.
PVCHR founded in 1996 by Mr. Lenin Raghuvanshi and Ms. Shruti Nagvanshi in close association with Sarod Mastro Pandit Vikash Maharaj, Poet - Gyanendra Pati and Historian Mahendra Pratap. PATRON: Justice Z.M Yacoob Sitting Judge Constitution Court of South Africa & Chancellor of University of Durban, South Africa.