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Editor : Nagaraj.M.R.................vol.2 issue.36...................... 18/11/2006

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDITORIAL : PEACE, NON-VIOLENCE THE NEED OF THE HOUR Just recently ie on 27/10/2006 wee hours , in the peaceful city of mysore terrorists were apprehended . the basic reason for rise in criminal activities is the rampant corruption in all wings of government & the catalyst for this corruption is greed , selfishness of officials. the indifferent attitude of the public towards corruption is the reason for lack of accountability on the part of public servants. HRW has utmost respect for all institutions & all public servants , individuals. this is an effort by the HRW to bring to book the corrupt few among the public servants and an appeal to the honest public servants to bring to book their corrupt colleagues. The terrorist attacks, naxalite attacks, bomb blasts have become rampant all over the world. recently srilankan foreign minister was assassinated. When there is going to be an end to this cycle of violence ? the problem of naxalism, terrorrism , is a direct result of moral decay, fall of personal integrity, break-up of social fabric in the society. All over the world with rapid strides in scientific advancements , the life styles of human beings has witnessed sea changes. Human being by nature is greedy , selfish & wants more & more comforts , luxuries for himself. The nature has given us – the human beings enough resources to live happily, if shared equally & to live in harmony. However the gross resources in a society doesn't increase with the greed of some people. The greedy people want more than their share, legitimate share of natural resources, for their selfish objectives. The people in power, amass more resources through illegal, inhuman means which rightfully belongs to others. This creates a chasm, at one side few greedy, inhuman , corrupt super rich people, at the other side millions of hungry people even lacking basic necessities. As per darwin's theory it is the jungle rule " SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST". These poor people struggle together to get back their rightful share of resources. This objective is good when carried out in a legal, peaceful, non-violent way. At this juncture, the so-called leaders with selfish objectives become leaders & takes them for a ride on the violent path.. even after years of violent struggles, the lives of these poor people has not changed where as the leaders have become super rich. It is the same story every where, the names differrent. In some countries, after violent struggles the terrorist leaders themselves have become president / prime minister of new independent countries. However the lives of people are today more miserable than previously, their new leaders more corrupt than those ousted. The cause lack of honesty, integrity, humaneness in the new leaders. Hypothetically, if the leader is humane, honest, empathetic, any type of governance is good. However in practice nobody is so. That is why in relative terms democracy is the best form of governance. Just remember, how a loin cloth clad mahatma gandhi fought against the mighty british empire. Gandhi didn't even fire a single gun shot, he didn't have money power. Still he won independence for us – indians. Now see H.E. dalai lama , head of state , tibet, inspite of being driven out of his kingdom by chinese army, he is doing peaceful dialogue with them. No violence at all. His followers do protest against the injustices meated out by chinese ,not through guns or bombs but through silent processions. SEE THE FOOLOWING CYCLE OF VIOLENCE : Selfishness-injustice-crimes-violence-violence-violence-total destruction-all round sufferring At the end nobody wins, nobody wins as in fables. It is destruction , sufferring every where. The people must struggle for their survival against the corrupt leaders, public servants in a peaceful legal manner only. the following vedic hymn sums up the whole issue, O'god Take us from ignorance to enlightenment Take us from darkness to light Take us from death to eternity Let there be peace peace harmony every where. Jai hind. Vande mataram. Your's sincerely, Nagaraj.m.r.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- C.B.I COVERING UP THEFTS IN R.B.I - Lie detector tests for C.B.I officers ? Nowadays even free e-mail accounts need password to operate, to operate a bank locker there are multi level security settings. However , it is ridiculous, unbelievable to note that in the high security reserve bank of india currency note press mysore, there were no different key sets , palm readers, pass words, no different authorised persons, no troops of security guards, to access the area. Just only one security guard- a constable. It is a cock & bull story of C.B.I, that all alone a single security guard stole the booty. There must be a crime syndicate. The C.B.I officers themselves must be subjected to polygraph, brain mapping tests to know why they are lying , to cover- up whom? The C.B.I has not answered previous questions raised by HRW. The C.B.I must answer the following questions : 1. who were responsible for selling the good printing machine at security press nasik to scamster karim lala telgi as scrap ? 2. who recruited the candidates below merit rankings in R.B.I for what criminal roles ? 3. how many irregularities have taken place in R.B.I till date ? 4. who is responsible for installing, operating & supervising the security set-up in R.B.I ? 5. how the raw materials ie number of paper sheets, ink, etc are accounted for in inward stores & while issuing for printing ? 6. how wastages, scrap of ink , papers , etc in the printing process are accounted for? 7. How the finished goods ie currency notes are accounted for ? 8. Who keeps physical figures & possession of goods, inventory of all the above? 9. How the scrap paper is disposed off ? 10. From security angle who keeps track from start till dispatch ?

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QUESTIONS FOR MONEY – PARLIAMENTARY ACTS/LEGISLATIONS FOR ???? -improper functioning of democracy in india the vohra committee report has proved the criminalisation of politics in india. There are many number of criminals in the parliament & state legislatures. Some of those criminals are cabinet ministers as well as members of vital parliamentary committees. Thereby, they are in a position to manipulate , enact laws favouring , benefitting the criminals their cronies. Just see how the GOI gave export incentive of Rs.1800 crore to reliance petroleum although it didn't even export a barrel. Reliance infocom & tata teleservices were CDMA mobile service providers & have paid license fee of few crores only equal to landline fees without any competitive bidding . They were supposed to provide mobile service to operate like fixed phones within a radius of 40k.m. however they were providing service like mobile service from one state to another like GSM mobile service providers. By this act of RIC & TTSL , the GSM providers who have paid thousands of license fee in competitive bidding were economically hurt , the dispute went to court. The court was on the verge of pronouncing it's verdict awarding damages worth Rs.18000 crore to GSM players & Rs. 3000 crore of license fees with penalty to GOI. The government announced a unified telecom license regime with retrospective effect. Thereby, the GOI lost thousands of crores of rupees & the share holders of GSM players lost thousands of crores. Onceagain the RIC was charged by PSU bsnl THAT RELIANCE IS RE-ROUTING INTERNATIONAL CALLS AS LOCAL CALLS & SWINDLING THE GOI. This time too, GOI bailed it out. during the dispute between ambani brothers the younger ambani mr. Anil ambani director of reliance himself has stated that for the favours received from the GOI , the company gifted some shares to then IT & COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER mr.Pramod mahajan. Various indian & multinational companies are lootingindian exchequer to the tune of thousands of crores of rupees , through lobbying / bribing. In india, indirect democracy is the form of governance. In this form, people's representatives are bound to raise the questions , issues concerning their constituents on their behalf , on the floor of the house. However the sad part in india even after 58 years of democracy , is the lobbying is at it's peak. The lobbying is a gentleman's white collared crook's way of forming favour seeker's group , creating a corpus to pay lumpsum bribe & influencing decision making. The people's representatives are bound to represent their people first , then their party & party think tanks. India has come to this sorry state of affairs , widespread corruption , huge black economy & rampant poverty, all due to inefficient legislations & enforcements. These think tanks & IAS lobby, consider themselves as most super brains on earth & gives out suggestions . the present state of affairs is a barometer of their brilliance. These think tanks & IAS lobby are the hand maidens of lobbyists / bribers. Now consider the following example : Mr.raj gandhi is a member of parliament from mandya constituency in karnataka state. He is a MBA graduate & member of ruling indian progressive party. The multinational giant M/S GREY HOUND CORPORATION wants to enter into paper manufacturing business in india. It's sight falls on the public sector paper giant mandya national paper mills ( MNPM) in mandya district of karnataka. The MNC effectively lobbies with the government. The ruling party think tank & the cabinet advisory group recommends to the government to make strategic disinvestment in the PSU M/S MNPM. They bring out graph with full power point presentation stating that it is good for the company as well as the government. The lobbyists follows it up with media reports on the positive aspect of strategic disinvestment. A favourable impression is created in the minds of literate public. The cabinet committee okays it. The " strategic dis investment issue " comes before the parliament for legislation / approval. The ruling party issues a party whip to it's members to vote in favour of dis investment. However M.P mr.raj gandhi who is an MBA in his own wisdom also favours the dis investment. However ,most importantly the constituents – people in mandya parliamentary constituency through protest marches , mass post card campaigns lakhs in numbers expresses their disagreement with the dis investment & urges their MP mr.gandhi to vote against the disinvestment legislation. On the D-day in parliament , mr. Raj gandhi as per his party whip & his own wisdom votes in favour of strategic disinvestment legislation, much against the wishes of his people , constituents & mis represents them in parliament. the democracy has failed here. in This way democracy is being derailed since 58 years in india. In democracy, party whip , MP or MLA's own wisdom / brilliance, think tank & IAS lobby recommendations are all secondary , the constituent's of his constituency , people's wishes aspirations are of primary importance & supreme. What people need is a honest representative, whosimply delivers the people's aspirations on the floor of the house back & forth , without superimposing it with his own ideas & party ideas. For true democracy , the people's representatives must be true postmans. Towards this end , the people must be educated about their democratic rights & responsibilities. This is an appeal to the honest few in the parliament & state legislatures to weed out their corrupt colleagues , lobbyists, to uphold the dignity of the house & to install democracy in it's true form.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF SOME CORRUPT INDIAN JUDGES ??? In the past there were media reports about judges selling judicial orders like bail , acquittal , warrant , etc for a price. We have read about judges lifting furnitures from govt bungalow , judges attempting to rape a victim for giving favourable judgement , judge involved in murder attempt , judge cleaning his official chamber with ganga water as it was previously occupied by a judge belonging to backward caste , judge misusing medical reimbursement allowance , judge filing fase affidavit , newly appointed women judges paying back for the favours received in an immoral manner to the selectors ie high court judges , etc. Indian judiciary is no better than outside civil society , it is just a reflection of it. It is rotten & corrupt. When ever a voice is raised against the corrupt judges that is silenced by contempt proceedings. Right from munsiff Judges , quasi-judicial officers like magistrates , to the apex court corruption is wide spread. Some of them are utterly wealthy & leading luxurious lifestyles much beyond the scope of their legal income. HRW has brought to the notice of apex court, numerous cases of crimes by rich & mighty . no reply from apex court. HRW editor himself has suffered numerous fundamental & human rights violations perpetrated by rich & mighty to silence him . HRW has appealed about that too to the apex court , no reply. HRW editor was not permitted to appear before JAIN COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY & the court , probing late P.M.Rajiv gandhi assassination case , as an amicus curie. As a result of raising his voice against injustices , HRW editor was beaten up & attempts to murder him were made , his newspaper publications were closed , his home page was hacked , free web blog services were abruptly stopped , government jobs he was eligible to on merit - were denied to him by manipulation. HRW & his family were threatened of false fix-ups in cases , 3rd degree torture by police. Inspite of bringing all these issues to the notice of apex court – there is no reply nor any action. Police are not registering my complaints about this issue nor legal services authority are giving legal aid to me , about these issues. It proves some officials in the apex court are hand in glove with the criminal nexus. WHAT IS THE PRICE TAKEN BY SUCH JUDGES FROM CRIMINALS , FOR KEEPING MUM ??? HRW has utmost respect for the judiciary. There are few honest judges in the judiciary by whom only the wheel of democracy is turning in india , we salute those honest few. This is an appeal to bring to book criminals in the garb of judges, who are hiding behind legal immunity privileges & making money. I , HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH'S Editor nagaraj.M.R. hereby do offer my services ( subject to conditions ) in bringing to book the corrupt elements in judiciary. Are you ready honourable chief justice of india sir ?

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LAW GUARDIANS THEMSELVES ARE LAW BREAKERS - POLICE TURNING INTO ROBBERERS IN KARNATAKA In india corruption has spread it's tentacles far & wide. Recently karnataka lokayukta has arrested 5 top cops on charges of corruption . in raid he has unearthed crores of rupees worth propperties & cash. Nowadyas police play the role of a mediator in land disputes , property disputes , accident cases , etc. They don't book the cases as per law , instead they settle it through mediation & in some cases coerces innocents , poor people without backing to come to compromise with rich criminals. They threaten poor people with faslse fix-ups in cases , 3rd degree torture , etc , if they don't agree to compromise . without an alternative poor people agree to the forced down compromise formula. In the end , mediating cop gets a hefty commission from the rich criminal. The corrupt cops collect mamools from bar owners , transporters , etc to shield their illegal deals. Now as the mumbai encounter specialisty S.I. DAYA NAYAK's case is unfolding , it is becoming clear what he did as a S.I OF POLICE are not encounter deaths , cunningly planned & ruthlessly executed supari murders. Mr.daya nayak is not a encounter specialist but a hit man for the under world in uniform. Literally corrupt police are nothing but GOONDAS , ROWDIES IN UNIFORM. The corrupt habbits of corrupt police die hard. Even if they are posted to C.B.I , VIGILANCE , LOKAYUKTA , etc, they make money by passing on information about raid details. Thereby , they help the guilty to escape. Abiut this issue karnataka upalokayukta himself has expressed his heplessness . lokayukta police are on deputation from state police , lokayukta don't have any powers to take disciplinary action against his own subordinates , he can recommend it only to his mother organisation. What a paradox. Cops turning into thieves & the lokayukta police who are supposed to book corrupt themselves corrupt. The politicians in power simply make statements about giving more powers to lokayukta , on record they don't do any thing. As the corrupt officials are one of the sources of party funds & those corrupt officials themselves help corrupt politicians in doing corrupt deals & shielding it. H.D kumara swamy chief minister of karnataka has said "I want to send a strong message to government servants that stringent action will be taken against corrupt elements among them without fear or favour. We will empower the Lokayukta with more legal powers to continue its crackdown on all officials indulging in corrupt activities." The arrested police personnel are deputy superintendent of police (Bangalore rural) N. Krishnappa, Crime Branch inspector Shami-ur-Rahman, VVIP security inspector N. Narayanaswamy, Koramangala (south Bangalore) inspector Mir Arif Ali and Yeshwantpur (north Bangalore) inspector Shivanna. Lokayukta chief N. Venkatachalaiah said: "It is not about the quantum of money or properties seized but the rot that has set in the system. If lawmakers turn into law breakers, how can people have confidence in them?" However these corrupt people pay a part of the looted booty to their superiors & political masters , as a result in the end nothing happens out of enquiries or investigations. At the most these guilty person are transferred to another fertile location away from the eyes of people to make more money. in some cases even the guilty corrupt officers are promoted. The fate of over 100 reports of the Karnataka Lokayukta against government servants, facing charges of corruption, is hanging in the balance with the Karnataka High Court declaring that Lokayukta will not inherit the powers of Upalokayukta to take suo motu action, when Upalokayukta's post is vacant. Further, the future of about 1,000 cases being investigated by the Lokayukta has also become uncertain as in all these cases the Lokayukta had exercised the suo motu power available only to the Upalokayukta under the Karnataka Lokayukta Act, 1984. The Lokayukta had invoked suo motu powers and initiated action on complaints against government servants as the State government had failed to appoint Upalokayukta. The post is vacant since April 2002. The Karnataka High Court, in the case between Prof S N Hegde, former vice-chancellor of Mysore University and the Karnataka Lokayukta, has declared that Lokayukta had no jurisdiction to discharge the functions of Upalokayukta when "no Upalokayukta is appointed". The High Court had also clarified that the Lokayukta can carry out functions of Upalokayukta only when Upalokayukta is unable to discharge his duties due to "absence, illness or any other causes". However, the Lokayukta was empowered to investigate a case, not defined under the Act, if the Government refers the case to the Lokayukta through a notification, according High Court's observation. But the State government, except in a few cases, has neither referred the complaints to the Lokayukta through a special notification nor appointed Upalokayukta so that it can inquire into these complaints. With this, it is clear that in all these cases Lokayukta acted without jurisdiction as government had not referred most of the complaints to Lokayukta when post of Upalokayukta is vacant, said a senior advocate. In the light of the above observations by the High Court to the most of the cases investigated by the Lokayukta while exercising the powers of Upalokayukta would mean that all the action taken by the Lokayukta would become void ab-initio (not legally binding), observed an advocate. However, the benefit of these judgement would available to the government servants only when they question Lokayukta's action before the High Court, said an official of the Law Department. "Inaction on the part of the Government in appointing Upalokayukta has seriously affected the painstaking investigations done by the Lokayukta", said a police officer attached to Lokayukta police wing. Meanwhile, realising the impact of the High Court order, the State government, apart from preferring an appeal against this verdict before a larger bench, has initiated the measures to clothe the Lokayukta with suo motu powers. According sources, the government was also studying the possibility of giving suo motu powers with retrospective effect so that the reports already submitted by the Lokayukta and the cases under investigation would not become invalid following High Court's verdict. Lokayukta Justice N Venkatachala and State Advocate General A N Jayaram said that they have decided to challenge this judgement of single judge bench before a division of the High Court. However all is not last , there are few sincere hard working police officers in the state police , there are sincere public servants like lokayukta & upa lokayukta , let all of us support them. India will be a corruption free country.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- APPEAL TO HONOURABLE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA Dear Sir ,

INDIA: Will the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission make public the reasons for dismissing case number 2603(65)/2006-2007?

I am writing to you to express my concern about the dismissal of the case sited above by the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission. I am informed that this case which called in international and national media attention was dismissed by the Commission vide its order dated 6 November 2006. While dismissing the case, the Commission has only mentioned that “[t]he charges have not been proved in the inquiry, and it was found that wrong information was given to the Asian Human Rights Commission”.

I am informed that the Asian Human Rights Commission, the complainant in the case, was not provided with a copy of the report filed by the inquiring officer. I am also informed that the inquiring officer appointed by the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission was in fact trying to compromise the matter than from impartially inquiring into the case against which the Asian Human Rights Commission had issued an open letter addressed to the Chairperson of the Commission on 15 August 2006.

I am aware that the Protection of Human Rights Act (1993) provides for transparency, accountability and fair trail procedures to be followed while inquiring into cases of human rights cases. However, I am afraid that the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission has failed to uphold any of these in this case. I am also informed that the Asian Human Rights Commission is writing a separate letter expressing its concern in this case to the office of the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on the situation of human rights defenders Ms. Hina Jilani.

In these circumstances I wish to ask the following questions to the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission.

(1) Once a complaint is lodged at the Commission are there any clearly outlined procedures adopted by the Commission in inquiring into the complaint? (2) If an inquiring officer is appointed to inquire into a case by the Commission, will the Commission serve notice to both the complainant and the respondent regarding the details of the inquiring officer? (3) Whether the Commission decides the case exclusively upon the inquiry report of the inquiring officer or after calling upon both parties to submit their case before the Commission in an open proceeding? (4) Does the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission follow fair trial procedures and if so how these principles were applied in the inquiry into this case? (5) What is the detailed order of the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission in case number 2603(65)/2006-2007? The order made by the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission in this case mentions that the ‘charges have not been proved in the inquiry’. In that case is the Commission willing to make public what proof has the Commission relied upon to dismiss the case other than an alleged inquiry conducted by its official, of which the complainant was not even served with a copy? (6) Being a public body is it not fair for the Uttar Pradesh State Human Rights Commission to make public the inquiry report of its inquiring officer and the finding the Commission has come to and the proof the Commission has relied upon to come to the conclusion?

Sincerely your’s,




Dear Sir ,

INDIA: Woman faces death threats and harassment due to her political affiliation, while police remain inactive

Name of the victim: Ms. Sakina Khatun, resident of Rojipur village, Hooghly district, West Bengal, India; a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

Alleged perpetrators:

1) Mr. Mahim Mondal 2) Mr. Abu Siddiki 3) Mr. Nurul Huda 4) Mr. Hasan Mallik, Secretary of the CPIM village Committee, Rojipur village 5) Mr. Rahamat Ali 6) Mr. Abu Hasan 7) Mr. Kamal Mondal 8) Mr. Sujit Chakraborty

(All eight persons above are residents of Rojipur village)

9) The Inspector-in-Charge of Dhanikhali Police Station, Hooghly

I am writing to you to express my deep concern regarding a case involving death threats, harassment of Ms. Sakina Khatun and members of her family, in Rojipur village, Hooghly district, West Bengal, India, allegedly due to reasons of political affiliation. The alleged perpetrators, who are the village Panchayat leaders and the members of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPIM), the ruling party of West Bengal, are named above. Ms. Sakina Khatun, however, is a member of another party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). I am also extremely disappointed by the failure of the Dhanikhali police and the judicial authorities in Hooghly district to provide protection to the victim, despite her repeated complaints.

In June 2006, the village Panchayat leaders excavated a drain around Sakina's land, despite her protesting that this would make it impossible for her to use a tractor to cultivate her land. She made a formal complaint to the village Panchayat, but nothing happened.

On June 10, 2006, Sakina filled in the north side of the drain, which was located inside her land. On June 12, Amed Ali Mondal, Mohim Mondal and Abusiddik allegedly came to Sakina's house and verbally abused her. Sakina lodged a complaint about this incident with the Dhaniakhali police station (General Diary Entry no.: – 521).

On June 16, 2006, Sakina lodged another complaint with the Dhaniakhali police against the three men as well as Rahamat Ali Mondal after they planned to re-excavate the drain. However, the police have not taken any action concerning this.

At around 8:00 am on June 25, 2006, some 25-30 people arranged by Mahim Mondal, Rahamat Ali, Abusiddik, Nurul Huda went ahead with the excavation of the drain and also destroyed crops on Sakina's land. Sakina lodged a complaint about this with the Dhaniakhali police on the same day (GDE no: – 071).

On June 28, 2006, Sakina lodged two cases at the Chinsurah Sub-Divisional Executive Magistrate Court against the alleged perpetrators mentioned above (Case no: – MP 417 dated 28/06/06 and MP 411 dated 28/06/06 u/s 144 of Criminal Procedure Code of India).

On July 4, 2006, the victim was attacked by armed men, Mahim Mondal, Amed Mondal, Abusiddik, Abu Hasan, Nurul Huda, Shaikh Habibar, Nandalal Das and Abhiram Das. They allegedly threatened her to kill.

On July 5, 2006, these men also threatened that they would rape Sakina to publicly humiliate her, following which they would kill her. They even threatened to give electric shocks to Sakina’s daughter and to burn Sakina’s house down at night.

On July 7, 2006, the alleged perpetrators (village leaders) reportedly made a decision reportedly decided to ostracize Sakina socially from the village.

On July 8, 2006 Assistant Sub Inspector of the Dhaniakhali police went at Rojipur to investigate the cases lodged by Sakina (Cases Numbers: MP 411 and MP 417). However, to date he has not take any serous action regarding the alleged threats or ostracism.

On August 13, 2006, the OC of the Dhaniakhali police called a meeting between the victim and local village leaders of CPIM. But he allegedly took the side of the local leaders and pressured the victim to withdraw her cases against them. She was finally forced to sign a compromise document, which was written by Hassan Mollick, the secretary of local committee of CPIM.

According to the information received, Sakina and her family members are currently suffering from psychological distress as the result of the ostracism and the severe threats to which they have been subjected and the lack of protection that they have received from the authorities. It is reported that the police are reluctant to intervene in the matter because the alleged perpetrators are ruling party members.

This case exposes the fallibility of the criminal justice system in India. According to the Indian Penal Code socially ostracizing a person is an offense under Section 153 A. This is a serious offence which carries a punishment of imprisonment that may extend to three years or fine. Once a complaint is made to any police station regarding such an offense, the police officer to whom such a complaint is made must investigate the case under Section 156 of the Criminal Procedure Code of India. Alternatively, the complainant, Sakina, in this case, could approach the local magistrate under Section 190 of the same Code, which she did. Upon receipt of a complaint the magistrate may also order similar investigation to be carried out by the police. Either way, the investigating authority is the local police. As evident from the facts of this case, it is the local police that fail to comply with the law and procedure which facilitate miscarriage of justice resulting in failure of rule of law in India.

It is alleged that the inaction by the local police in this case is due to the allegiance of the victim to a rival political group which opposes the CPI (M) rule in West Bengal.

Additionally, this case is also an example of the violation of Article 26 of the International Covenant for Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) to which India is a sate party. Article 26 states, "All persons are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to the equal protection of the law. In this respect, the law shall prohibit any discrimination and guarantee to all persons equal and effective protection against discrimination on any ground such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status."

The state has obligations to protect its citizens from such discrimination. I therefore strongly request your immediate intervention into this matter. Please take strong action to put an end to the serious threats and harassment against the victim. I also request you to provide urgent and effective protection to the victim and her family. I particularly urge you to investigate into the alleged death threats to the victim on July 4 and 5, 2006. The investigation must be carried out in a fair manner, without undue delay. Any persons found to be responsible must be held accountable for their crimes. I also request you to inquire about the alleged inaction of the Dhaniakhali police into this matter and take action against responsible officers.

I look for your urgent intervention into this case.

Sincerely your’s,


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