Thursday, October 25, 2018

Bhuj Dalit Teen Rape: Ashram that hushed incident had many lapses earlier



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To,
The Chairperson
National Human Rights Commission
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

I want to bring in your kind attention towards the news published in DNA  regarding Bhuj Dalit Teen Rape: Ashram that hushed incident had many lapses earlier https://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-bhuj-dalit-teen-rape-ashram-that-hushed-incident-had-many-lapses-earlier-2675249

Therefore it is a kind request please take appropriate action at earliest.

Thanking You


Sincerely Yours


Lenin Raghuvanshi
Founder and CEO
Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

SA 4/2 A Daulatpur, Varanasi


Bhuj Dalit Teen Rape: Ashram that hushed incident had many lapses earlier

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Updated: Oct 14, 2018, 01:17 PM IST
The Jeevan Prabhat Ashram, a child care-cum-orphanage in Gandhidham that hid the rape of a 16-year-old Dalit for almost a month, before cops got a wind of it, had been earlier pulled up by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) for procedural lapses.
Interestingly, the organisation had been earlier in the news after one Vinod Khubchandani wrote to the commission about some 33 children going missing from the Ashram. Jayshreeben Makwana, chairperson of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) Kutch when contacted about the rape incident and the earlier lapses by the Ashram said she will not talk about the matter on phone. “Come and meet me in person. I will not talk about it on phone,” said Makwana.
Vachonidhi Acharya, president of the trust that runs the ashram did not respond to calls or messages from DNA.
After the matter came to the NHRC notice, the cops traced the missing children to their home, the petitioner had filed a counter-reply raising queries about the cop’s investigations which forced the NHRC to summon both the collector and the petitioner to Gandhinagar in April 2018.
In that hearing in Gandhinagar, the NHRC had expressed its annoyance with the district collector for not taken action against the trust that handles the ashram for procedural lapses. It had then asked the district collector of Kutch to issue a notice to the trustees under the Juvenile Justice Act. “The children had gone missing and both Child Welfare Committees remained ignorant until the matter was taken up with the NHRC,” said Khubchandani. He had in his petition stated that the orphanage records mentioned 112 minor children but in reality, it had just 77. Remya Mohan, Kutch collector who also heads the District Child Protection Unit said a notice was issued as per the Juvenile Justice Act and a report was also sent. “The Child Welfare Committee has submitted its report based on the enquiry and has asked the police to include sections of JJ Act in the earlier case,” said Mohan.

Record violence against Christians in Uttar Pradesh


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To,
The Chairperson
National Human Rights Commission
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

I want to bring in your kind attention towards the news published in Asia News on 25th October, 2018 regarding Record violence against Christians in Uttar Pradesh http://www.asianews.it/news-en/Record-violence-against-Christians-in-Uttar-Pradesh-45302.html.


Therefore it is a kind request please take appropriate action at earliest.

Thanking You


Sincerely Yours


Lenin Raghuvanshi
Founder and CEO
Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

SA 4/2 A Daulatpur, Varanasi


10/25/2018, 14.29
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Record violence against Christians in Uttar Pradesh
by Nirmala Carvalho
In September 25 cases of religious intolerance were recorded, including 20 in Jaunpur, the prime minister's constituency. In the same month, at least 190 incidents occurred across India. Christian clergymen have been arrested on false charges of forced conversions whilst Christian children and women have been physically and mentally harassed.
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New Delhi (AsiaNews) – Anti-Christian violence is reaching record levels in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state, a study by Violence Monitor reveals.
According to the monthly survey of anti-minority incidents in India, 25 cases of religious intolerance were reported in September, 20 of which in Jaunpur, the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, near the sacred city of Varanasi.
The high number of cases is worrying, activists say, noting that with more than 200 million inhabitants, Uttar Pradesh is the country’s most populous state. Its Chief Minister is Yogi Adityanath, a guru famous for his negative views about Christians and other religious minorities.
Oddly, Jaunpur, where the highest number of cases was recorded, has very few Christians, only 0.11 per cent of the local population of 180,000.
The survey notes that in most of the cases Hindu nationalists targeted Christian clergymen falsely accused of forced conversions.
In one incident on 13 September, a Christian who was leading a prayer meeting was beaten up and threatened with severe consequences if he continued. For this reason, Christians in Jaunpur are afraid of praying even in their own homes.
In all, 59 accidents have been recorded in Uttar Pradesh since January 2018, this out of a total of 190 registered nation-wide.
Last month, 35 cases of violence against Christians were reported, the highest number ever, followed by 25 cases in May and January of this year. In the 190 incidents, at least 135 women and 115 children were physically or mentally harassed.
According to the report, there is a very specific "modus operandi": crowds attack peace-loving and God-fearing Christians in order to cause disorder and intimidate them. In addition, hard-liners create obstacles in public places and other facilities where religious assemblies are held to make them less accessible.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Justice in the case of corporal punishment



Case Details of File Number: 5596/24/10/2018
Diary Number
26069/CR/2018
Name of the Complainant
DR. LENIN RAGHUVANSHI
Address
R/O 4/2 A DAULATPUR , VARANASI

VARANASI , UTTAR PRADESH
Name of the Victim
SUPRIYA D/O SANTOSH VERMA
Address
BALIA

BALIA , UTTAR PRADESH
Place of Incident
BALIA

BALIA , UTTAR PRADESH
Date of Incident
2/6/2018
Direction issued by the Commission
The complainant has reported a newspaper article dated 08.02.2018 published in Dainik Jagran, wherein it is reported that due to beating by the school teachers, the student succumbed to said injuries. He has requested intervention of the Commission. Pursuant to the directions of the Commission, a report dated 01.06.2018 has been filed by the Superintendent of Police, Balia. It is reported that case crime no. 28/2018n dated 07.02.2018, U/Sec. 304/504/506 IPC, P.S. Rasdha has been registered against Rajni Upadhyay, Sangeeta Singh and Munna Singh. Charge sheet dated 25.03.2018 has been filed wherein Rajni Upadhyay has been charge sheeted for the offence U/sec. 304 IPC and Sangeeta Singh & Munna Singh for the offence u/Sec. 504/506 IPC. Since charge sheet has been submitted before Hon’ble Court in the aforesaid case, the Law will take its own recourse, therefore, no further intervention of the Commission is required and the case is closed.
Action Taken
Concluded and No Further Action Required (Dated 6/25/2018 )
Status on 9/15/2018
The Case is Closed.


 
 
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सेवा में,                                         8 फरवरी, 2018
श्रीमान अध्यक्ष महोदय,
राष्टीय मानवाधिकार आयोग,
नई दिल्ली |
विषय : उत्तर प्रदेश के बलिया जिले के प्राईवेट स्कूल में शिक्षिका की पिटाई से कक्षा में पढने वाली छात्रा की मौत पर स्कूल प्रशासन द्वारा लीपा पोती किये जाने के सन्दर्भ में |
महोदय, फरवरी,
      आपका ध्यान दिनांक 8 फरवरी, 2018 के दैनिक संचार पत्र “दैनिक जागरण” की इस खबर “बलिया में शिक्षिका की पिटाई से छात्र की मौत” की और आकृष्ट कराना चाहता हूँ | आपको यह अवगत कराना चाहता हूँ कि रसडा के कोटवारी मोड़ निवासी संतोष वर्मा की पुत्री 12 वर्षीय सुप्रिया डाक बंगला रोड स्थित सेंट जेवियर्स स्कूल में कक्षा चार में पढ़ती थी | बगैर होमवर्क पुरा किये वो दिनांक 6 फरवरी, 2018 को स्कूल गयी थी | पढाई के दौरान शिक्षिका रजनी उपद्ध्याय बच्ची के होमवर्क न करने से इतना नाराज हो गई कि उसे बुरी तरह से पीटने लगी जिससे बच्ची के सर में चोट लगा गया और उसकी तबियत बिगड़ने लगी जिसके बाद उसके परिजनों को बुला कर तुरंत उसे ले जाने को बोला | जिसे परिजन पहले लेकर सीएचसी ले गए जिसके बाद उसे मऊ रेफर कर दिया पर वहा से वाराणसी के ट्रामा सेंटर रिफर किया गया | जहाँ बुधवार को  भोर में लगभग तीन बजे उसकी मौत हो गयी | इस मौत को स्कूल प्रशासन द्वारा लीपा पोती कर दबाने का प्रयास किया जा रहा है |

संलग्नक :
1.       8 फरवरी, 2018 दैनिक जागरण में छपी खबर की प्रति |

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