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CFIF is an independent media agency that brings public grievances, illegal/anti-national activities to the notice of government, Administration, police, judiciary autonomous bodies and impartial social organizations and besides this, it also cooperates with government of india in its welfare activities, as it believes that cooperation of media and public with government is the key to social, economic and political progress of any county. Read More
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Human Right


Though human rights today assume great significance and necessity and though violations

of human rights and unlawful acts are denounced even beyond the frontiers of the countries

where these occur, the performance in the path of protecting and safeguarding human rights

has, nevertheless, not been encouraging in India and it has acquired only a theoretical

legitimacy. Indian Constitution guarantees inalienable human rights to its citizens, these

rights are not fully enforced by Indian Government while dealing with internal conflicts,

agitations, political unrest and terrorism. The growing lawlessness among the State agencies

and failure of the justice delivery system has deprived many people of their basic human

rights. Violations of human rights by the State has become an order of the day. Scant regard

is shown by the State or its agents to the judgments of the Supreme Court or High Courts. It

would not be gainsaying the fact that the society has been put to great jeopardy. It has been

found that most of the cases of human rights violations go unreported and unrepressed for

lack of education and awareness among the people about their rights and the redressal

mechanism from where they can get redressal. Helpless people very often choose to

compromise with their sufferings with no ray of hope in sight. State sponsored human rights

commissions have awfully failed to fulfill the aspirations of the people and have turned to be

white elephants consuming millions of rupees with no power and intention to help the victims.

Under these impending circumstances, there is a paramount need and an onerous

responsibility upon voluntary non-governmental organizations to educate the masses about

their rights and means to seek redressal of their grievances. The present work is a humble

effort of our organization to educate the masses about human rights by giving few practical

tips on human rights. It would give a brief description of the rights of the people and the

obligation of the State and its agents in performing its duty. Suggestions to make the next

edition more purposeful and lucid are welcome.

Shivraj Swaraj

Founder Director

Crime Free India Force

What are human rights?

'Human rights' are those natural rights by virtue of which a human being enjoys life. These

are those minimal rights which every individual must have against the State or other public

authority by virtue of his being a “member of human family”, irrespective of any other

consideration. In sum and substance, human rights are inherent in nature and without which

we cannot live as human beings. Human rights are fundamental freedoms that allow us to

fully develop, our intelligence, our dealings and our conceive and to satisfy our spiritual and

other things. These are also called universal moral rights that do not have to be earned,

bought or inherited. People are equally entitled to them regardless of their sex, race, color,

language class or religious or political beliefs. Human Rights means the rights relating to life,

liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in

the International Covenants and enforceable by courts in India.(Section 2(1)(d) of the

Protection of Human Rights Act,1993).