The National Human Rights Commission was established on 12 October 1993 for the protection of promotion of Human Rights in India. It is a statutory body under the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 (PHRA). It has the responsibility to spread awareness, undertake and promote researchrelated to human rights in India. Moreover, it is also provided with investigative functions and it can inquire into an issue on its own initiative or on a petition presented to it by a victim or any person on his behalf.

A complaint can be filed before the commission by a victim or a person on his behalf in cases where there is:

  • Violation of Human Rights or abetment or
  • Negligence in the prevention of such violation by a public servant.

Moreover, it can also visit any jail or any other Institution under the control of the State Government with prior intimation to the Government of the respective state and make recommendations for the same.

The commission is given the powers of a Civil Court to try a suit under the Code of Civil Procedure when inquiring into complaints under the Act. The decision of the commission after the conduction of the inquiry is to be enforced by the respective Governments within a period of one months, failing which they have to provide a reason to the commission for non-enforcement of the same. If the decision is not implemented, the petitioner can move to the Courts.

At NRI Legal Consultants, our team is sensitized to Human Rights matters and well versed with the procedure of the Human Rights Commission. We provide our services to you throughout the process, assist in following up with the commission and filing of petitions before the Court. Our aim to ensure that you get justice in cases where there is violation of human rights like custodial torture, undue use of force by police officials and more.

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