H.R. Kudi takes hard stance on the practice of 'Moutana'

H.R. Kudi takes hard stance on the practice of 'Moutana'

On the last day of his 3-day visit to Udaipur, President of Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, H.R. Kudi addressed the media where he expressed concerns about various issues including a tribal ritual of 'Moutana' which is widespread in Mewar region.

 
H.R. Kudi takes hard stance on the practice of 'Moutana'

On the last day of his 3-day visit to Udaipur, President of Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, H.R. Kudi addressed the media where he expressed concerns about various issues including a tribal ritual of ‘Moutana’ which is widespread in Mewar region.

Moutana is a practice of demanding cash compensation from the government at an untimely death of a tribal. To force the government to submit to the cash demand, tribal refrain from cremating the dead body and sometimes get violent.

Kudi informed that there are around 4000 cases related to Moutana which are pending in the courts. He said that it is a social ill and it should be abolished. He asked Police to undertake unbiased action against the people who encourage or get involved in such practice.

Yesterday, Kudi had conducted public hearings in which many cases against Police’s insensitive or indifferent attitude had come up.

To join us on Facebook Click Here and Subscribe to UdaipurTimes Broadcast channels on   GoogleNews |  Telegram |  Signal