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Overview

National Human Rights Commission ( NHRC) of India was established on 12 October,1993 NHRC  was established under Protection Of Human Rights Act ,1993.Human rights include all such rights which are necessary for a person to live a free, comfortable and proper life. An individual does not just have the right to sustain life but has a right to enjoy it with dignity. You can lodge complaint before National human rights commission or State human rights commission from your home by filling the details.

What are human rights violations?


Illegal arrest,police torture,custodial death,negligence of public servant,Contaminating water, (the right to health),Evicting people by force from their homes (the right to adequate housing),Denying services and information about health (the right to health),Discriminating at work based on traits like race, gender, and sexual orientation (The right to work),Failing to provide maternity leave (protection of and assistance to the family),Not paying a sufficient minimum wage (rights at work) etc..


Functions and Powers of NHRC

  • NHRC investigates grievances regarding the violation of human rights either su moto or after receiving a petition.
  • It can visit any jail or any other institution under the control of the State Government to see the living conditions of the inmates and to make recommendations thereon.
  • It can review the safeguards provided under the constitution or any law for the protection of the human rights and can recommend appropriate  remedial measures.
  • NHRC undertakes and promotes research in the field of human rights.
  • NHRC works to spread human rights literacy among various sections of society and promotes awareness of the safeguards available for the        protection of these rights through publications, media, seminars and other means.
  • The Commission takes an independent stand while providing opinions for the protection of human rights within the parlance of the Constitution or in law for the time being enforced.
  • It has the powers of a civil court and can grant interim relief.
  • It also has the authority to recommend payment of compensation or damages. 
  • NHRC credibility is duly reflected in large number of complaints received every year and the trust reposed in it by the citizens.
  • It can recommend to both the central and state governments to take suitable steps to prevent the violation of Human Rights.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are human rights violations?


Illegal arrest,police torture,custodial death,negligence of public servant,Contaminating water, (the right to health),Evicting people by force from their homes (the right to adequate housing),Denying services and information about health (the right to health),Discriminating at work based on traits like race, gender, and sexual orientation (The right to work),Failing to provide maternity leave (protection of and assistance to the family),Not paying a sufficient minimum wage (rights at work) etc..

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