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Slammer Dunk To A Poll Safari


These repeated and frequent summons around elections, especially when cases have been stymied for years, have made many political observers suspicious. “We all know there is little judicial accountability and the big goons know how to use the judges really well,” says Lenin Raghuvanshi, one of the coordinators of UP Election Watch and the executive director of the Benares-based People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights. He knows this only too well because a clerk once offered him, in the presence of a judge, the chance of scheduling a court hearing at a lower court for just Rs 10!

Report of Fact Finding Team of PVCHR

Anti Torture Initiative, Report

In February this year, communal clashes erupted in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh when a procession of Barawafat (Eid Miladun Nabi) was passing through. Rather than controlling the clashes the security forces and infamous PAC leashed a reign of terror on local Muslims – they were beaten, their homes looted and hundreds of them were made named accused for the rioting.
Eminent human rights group Peoples’ Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) sent a factfinding team to the village and the team has come out with the stories of shameful khaki terror and brutality.


Decentralized Renewable Energy = Energy Equity


Greenpeace along with its partner organisation People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) carried out a social survey of the scheme in Azamgarh district based on the information procured from the concerned government departments on electrification status in the district. A total of 238 households5 across 8 villages from 2 blocks (Tarwa and Mehnagar) of Azamgarh district were surveyed as part of the social audit process. Of these 81% were BPL families and 18% were APL. 2% respondents reported that they did not have any card available with them.


भूख और कुपोषण की काली हांडी

Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign, Latest, Report

भूख और कुपोषण पर केन्द्रित हंगामा रिपोर्ट जारी करते हुए हमारे प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह ने इस बात पर शर्मिंदगी जाहिर की है कि देश के 42 प्रतिशत बच्चे आज भी भुखमरी के शिकार हैं। प्रधानमंत्री की निश्चित रूप सेसिर्फ उनकी बल्कि समूचे व्यवस्था और समाज की शर्मिंदगी भी है कि हम दुनिया के हर तीसरे भूखे बच्चे के अभिभावक हैं. लेकिन क्या प्रधानमंत्री के इतना कह देने भर से परिस्थितियों में बदलावजाएगा? बच्चों के बीच काम करनेवाली मानवाधिकारवादी कार्यकर्ता श्रुति नागवंशी मानती हैं कि नवउदारवादी नीतियांसिर्फ बच्चों के मुंह से निवाला छीन रहा है बल्कि देश में एक वंचित वर्ग भी पैदा कर रहा है जो भारत को भूख और कुपोषण की ऐसी काली हांडी के रूप में बदलता जा रहा है जिसपर एक देश या समाज के रूप में हम कभी गर्व नहीं कर सकेंगे।


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