Law Commission chairman stresses on resolving human rights violations
Till the Government gives full legal rights to the whistle blowers, the present trial court procedures should be used to resolve the cases of human rights violation said Uttarakhand Law Commission chairman Justice (retd) Rajesh Tandon. He was presiding as chief guest at oath taking ceremony of national working committee of Human Rights Protection Society at Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya here on Sunday.
Addressing the newly formed committee members he said, “You are like a whistle blower and the whistle blower protection Act 2014 provides a mechanism to investigate alleged corruption and misuse of power by public servants. It protects anyone who exposes alleged fraud or corruption in government bodies, projects and offices.”
Tandon appealed to all the members to work for the poor people who suffer while queuing up for getting treatment in Government hospitals for which they are entitled by Government for cashless facility under various schemes.
He said he hoped recently launched Ayushman scheme of Government gets implemented with transparency.
Earlier the vice chancellor Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Professor Vinod Kumar administered the oath to the newly elected committee members.
President of the society, Madhusudan Arya said that each member must work with dedication to help any helpless person in need get his due.
Monday, 11 March 2019 | PNS | Haridwar
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