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Editorial : False Affidavits , Information Hiding – Crimes of supreme court of India & Public Servants
Many public servants are leading luxurious lifestyles , beyond the legal sources of their income. Many public servants are filing false affidavits about their annual income , wealth details to Election Commission of
The tainted public servants are not even providing full , right information to public as per RTI Act, lest the truth come out. Just imagine , even the supreme court of India violated RTI Act – failed to give information to our publication as per RTI Act , lest the truth – skeletons in judiciary comes out.
Some public servants , caught redhanded during luxurious spending , easily says that it is at their political paty's expense or their well wisher's expense. However no entries are found in the account books of said parties to that respect. The law forbids public servants from accepting gifts , hospitality , favours beyond the value of rupees one hundred ( Rs. 100 ) , as it may be a form of bribe.
Hereby , HRW urges the honourable supreme court of
Your's sincerely ,
Amnesty International is deeply concerned that, ten years after having signed the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment (the Convention),
In October 1997,
However, despite a vigorous campaign by civil society and human rights organisations -- including Amnesty International -- during the last decade, the Government of India has failed to ratify the Convention. Neither has it seriously addressed the endemic nature of torture across the country including in the proposed police reforms bill.
Amnesty International continues to receive reports of torture and degrading treatment of individuals in custody from those states where stringent security legislation is enforced -- such as Jammu & Kashmir,
In last decade several orders from the Supreme Court, guidelines enunciated by national and state human rights commissions and official sanctions, have not deterred officials from inflicting torture on individuals on the basis of their caste, religion, socio-economic and sexual identity. Reports of torture of those belonging to the minorities and marginalised communities including dalits, adivasis and women are commonplace.
Amnesty International also points out that the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture has still not been invited to
On the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Amnesty International urges the Government of India, as a responsible country in the international arena to:
- immediately ratify the UN Convention Against Torture;
- implement effective changes in domestic legislation to combat torture;
- invite the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture to visit the country.
AN APPEAL TO H.E.PRIME MINISTER , GOVERNMENT OF
Dear Prime Minister,
I am deeply concerned about the role that some EU Member States have played in the US-led programme of renditions and secret detention.
Inquiries carried out by the Council of Europe and the European Parliament found that some EU Member States had been complicit in renditions and secret detention and recommended measures to prevent renditions in or through
In view of
the EU does not allow national or foreign intelligence agencies to operate without effective control on its territory;
Member States encourage and provide full information to independent parliamentary and/or judicial inquiries into allegations of co-operation in renditions;
all Member States provide accurate and thorough information on rendition and secret detention to the European Parliament, the EU Council, the EU Commission and the Council of Europe.
AN APPEAL TO U.S AMBASSADOR , EMBASSY OF U.S.A ,
Dear David Mulford ,
I am writing to express my concern about 39 terrorism suspects believed to have been held in secret
These men are victims of enforced disappearance as defined by international law. Secret detention and enforced disappearance are violations of the
I believe that lasting security and real justice for the victims of terrorism cannot be achieved by placing people in secret locations deprived of the most basic legal safeguards for any detainee. Governments must protect their people from acts of terrorism, but the
I recall President Bush's repeated assertions that the
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