Agricultural Law: Human Rights Commission became strict on farmers’ protests, sent notice to these four states, sought report

News Desk, Technicalguruji, New Delhi

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 12:16 PM IST

Summary

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday issued notices to Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other officials seeking reports of farmers’ protests.

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The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday issued notices to Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other officials seeking reports of farmers’ protests. According to the National Human Rights Commission, they have received complaints that due to the ongoing farmers’ agitation in these states, more than nine thousand industries have been closed. The traffic system has collapsed. Due to which people, patients, elderly and handicapped are facing a lot of problems as well as people have to travel more distance due to the hostage of the boarders.

Not only this, the National Human Rights Commission has also received complaints that due to this movement, people are not being allowed to leave their homes in some places. Apart from this, the Kovid protocol is also being flouted at the movement sites. Apart from giving notices to the states and officials, the National Human Rights Commission has also sought a report from the Institute of Economic Development by October 10 on the impact of the agitation on the industry. The National Human Rights Commission has also sought a report from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the Ministry of Home Affairs on the violation of Kovid rules in this movement.

Further, the Human Rights Commission has said that no report was received from the Jhajjar DM regarding payment of compensation to the kin of the deceased in the case of alleged gang rape of a human rights activist at the protest site. Therefore, the DM of Jhajjar should file the report by October 10.

The Human Rights Commission further said that the Delhi School of Social Work and the University of Delhi are requested to depute teams to conduct the survey and submit a report detailing the reasons for the prolonged agitation by farmers on livelihood, lives of people, aged and The impact on vulnerable persons should be assessed, the rights panel said.

Let us inform that since November 25 last year, farmers from different states have been protesting at Singhu border and Tikri border of Delhi-Haryana, Ghazipur border of Delhi-Uttar Pradesh and have camped for the revocation of three new agricultural laws. Has happened.

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The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday issued notices to Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other officials seeking reports of farmers’ protests. According to the National Human Rights Commission, they have received complaints that due to the ongoing farmers’ agitation in these states, more than nine thousand industries have been closed. The traffic system has collapsed. Due to which people, patients, elderly and handicapped are facing a lot of problems as well as people have to travel more distance due to the hostage of the boarders.

Not only this, the National Human Rights Commission has also received complaints that due to this movement, people are not being allowed to leave their homes in some places. Apart from this, the Kovid protocol is also being flouted at the movement sites. Apart from giving notices to the states and officials, the National Human Rights Commission has also sought a report from the Institute of Economic Development by October 10 on the impact of the agitation on the industry. The National Human Rights Commission has also sought a report from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the Ministry of Home Affairs on the violation of Kovid rules in this movement.

Further, the Human Rights Commission has said that no report was received from the Jhajjar DM regarding payment of compensation to the kin of the deceased in the case of alleged gang rape of a human rights activist at the protest site. Therefore, the DM of Jhajjar should file the report by October 10.

The Human Rights Commission further said that the Delhi School of Social Work and the University of Delhi are requested to depute teams to conduct the survey and submit a report detailing the reasons for the prolonged agitation by farmers on livelihood, lives of people, aged and The impact on vulnerable persons should be assessed, the rights panel said.

Let us inform that since November 25 last year, farmers from different states have been protesting at Singhu border and Tikri border of Delhi-Haryana, Ghazipur border of Delhi-Uttar Pradesh and have camped for the revocation of three new agricultural laws. Has happened.

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