Government Servant Must Tackle Human Rights Cases Sensitively: H.R Kuddi


Government Servant Must Tackle Human Rights Cases Sensitively: H.R Kuddi

President of Human Rights Commission, Rajasthan H.R Kuddi on his visit to Udaipur said that “Government Servants must tackle every case of human rights sensitively and accord required priority as per case”. He has also carried out a common public hearing at Circuit House.

 
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Government Servant Must Tackle Human Rights Cases Sensitively: H.R Kuddi

President of Human Rights Commission, Rajasthan H.R Kuddi on his visit to Udaipur said that “Government Servants must tackle every case of human rights sensitively and accord required priority as per case”. He has also carried out a common public hearing at Circuit House.

Soon after the public hearing, H.R Kuddi met with all district authorities, where he instructed administrative heads to organize independent cell in their respective departments for solving human rights related cases. This would help in more precise and closer monitoring of such cases.

According to H.R Kuddi, most of the human rights violation cases falls under the purview of Police Department. Hence, he instructed District Superintendent of Police Ajaypal Lamba to register complains of victims and take necessary action against culprits.

In the public hearing held at Circuit House, H.R Kuddi heard a number of cases and instructed related authorities to take action.

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