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Right to Safety

The right to safety – to be protected against products, production processes and services that are hazardous to health or life.

Right to Choose

The definition of Right to Choose as per the Consumer Protection Act 1986 is ‘the right to be assured, wherever possible, to have access to a variety of goods and services at competitive prices’.

Right to be Informed

Patients’ right to be informed. The dignity, privacy, and self-determination of patients are guaranteed by ensuring access to information.

Right to be Heard

The right to be heard (also children’s participation) is a child rights principle as defined by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Article 13 – the child’s right to seek, receive and impart information.

Right to Consumer Education

Consumer education is a right that protects the consumer from large companies that sell products and services. In addition, consumers have the right to be protected from malicious acts.

Right to seek Redressal

Means right to seek redressal against unfair trade practices or unscrupulous exploitation of consumers. It also includes right to fair settlement of the genuine grievances of the consumer.

Consumer Rights:

National Consumer Helpline [Toll Free] No-1800-11-4000.

SMS can also be sent to +918130009809 (charges apply) mentioning the name and city.

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Who is a consumer?

A consumer is defined as a person who buys any product/item or avails a service for certain considerations. Services include Doctor’s Service , repair of any item ex:AC TV Refrigirator

What is consumer right?

Right to have information about different aspects of goods/items/products or service such as its quality, potency, purity, price and standard etc..

Rights                                                Responsibilities

Right to safety                                  Be aware

Right to  choose                               Get  involved

Right to be informed                      Be organized

Right to be heard                             Practice sustainable consumption

Right to consumer education        Be responsible to Environmental issues

Right to seek redressal

Consumer protection act-2019:

CCPA [Central Consumer Protection Authority formed]

A Complaint can be filed from anywhere. As such a complaint can be filed from place of his work or residence. can seek compensation for harm caused by a product sold or service rendered court can refer settlement through mutual agreement or mediation e-commerce also now under the purview of consumer act-2019.

Fines

District –upto 1 core   State between 1-10 crores     National – above 10 crores

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Child Rights:

Child line 1098 – United Nation Convention on child rights – It emphasizes the importance of the family and the need to create an environment that is conducive to the healthy growth and development of children.

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It obligates the state to respect and ensure that children get a fair and equitable deal in society. It draws attention to four sets of civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights:

  • Survival
    • Right to life
    • The highest attainable standard of health
    • Nutrition
    • Adequate standard of living
    • Name and nationality
  • Protection

Freedom from exploitation

Freedom from neglect

Freedom from abuse

Freedom from inhuman and degrading treatment

Special protection in case of armed conflict or emergency for the disabled children

  • Development
    • Right to education
    • Support for early childhood care and development
    • Social security
    • Leisure, recreation & cultural activities
  • Participation
    • Respect for views of the child
    • Freedom of expression
    • Access to appropriate information
    • Freedom of thought, conscience & religion

Offices:

National Office [Mumbai] :

B-1101, 11th Floor, Ratan Central, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Parel East,Mumbai.

Regional Office  [ Mumbai ] :

10A, Thakkar Industrial Estate, N.M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel East, Mumbai 400013 Ph. 022-6118 9800

SPWD BUILDING, 5Th. Floor, 14A Vishnu Digambar Marg, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi -110002 Ph.011-2321 8807 / 2321 8948

D.No.71, 2nd floor, Harini’s Building, Nelson Manickam Road, AminjiKarai, Chennai-600029 Ph.044-237422098/044-23743098

AB 15 Sector – 1, Salt Lake City, Near PNB, Kolkata-64 Ph. 033-40656086

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Women Rights:

National Commission for Women Web Site : www.ncwapps.nic.in

Women Rights & Empowerment:

Right to Equal Pay & Right to Dignity & decency

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Right against work place harassment

Right against domestic violence

Right to keep their identity anonymous [ sexual assault victims ]

Right to get free legal aid [ Rape victims under legal services authority[LSA] act the LSA has to arrange a lawer]

Right not to be arrested during night [after sunset & before sunrise], except under orders of first class magistrate. Police can interrogate a woman at her residence in presence of a lady constable.

Right to register a virtual complaint i.e email or registered post. SHO has to send a constable to her place of residence to record a complaint. [ in case she cannot physically go to police station]

Right against being stalked.

If anybody tries to contact her to foster personal interaction repeatedly despite a clear indication of disinterest; or monitor the use by a woman of the internet, email or any other form of electronic communication, a case can be filed under section 354D of Indian Penal Code.

|Right to file Zero FIR.

FIR that can be filed at any police station irrespective of the location where the incident occurred or a specific jurisdiction it comes under. Later the Zero FIR can be moved to the Police Station in whose jurisdiction the case falls under. This saves the victim’s time and prevent an offender from getting away scot-free. [Supreme Court Ruling ]

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Right to Education:

The Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002 inserted Article 21-A in the Constitution of India to provide free and compulsory education of all children in the age group of six to fourteen years as a Fundamental Right in such a manner as the State may, by law, determine.

Under the act

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  • Elementary education is compulsory and free.
  • Every school must have clean and separate toilets for boys and girls.
  • Schools must provide free drinking water.
  • Standard Teacher to Pupil ratios in the classroom.
  • Children to get admission to a class as per their age and assistance provided in their curriculum if they are lag behind.
  • Teachers’ qualification is stipulated. Admissions for children is guaranteed.
  • children are not discriminated against or harassed in schools and stringent laws stipulated to ensure that.
  • Children cannot be held back or expelled without parental consent
  • Private schools shall mandate 25% of the students in every class to disadvantaged members of society.

Process under the act:

Check the schools in neighborhood. Maximum 5 schools can be applied under RTE act.

You can appeal to a private school on your behalf or government may designate a school near your residence in case you fail to get admission.

Log on to a government portal, fill the form online, take a print out and submit the form with relevant document to the school authorities. Admission to government school is guaranteed. However private schools shall accept it upto 25 percent.

Books and uniform are part of the process  and you get it free.

Documents required under RTE:

Parents & children identity, Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Ration Card, Birth Certificate,

Income Certificate from Revenue Department, Caste Certificate, Certificate of disability if any,

Death Certificates of parents in case the child is orphan,

In case of a street child or a child of a migrant worker, an affidavit must be produced that is issued from the Labor Department, Department of Education, and Department of Women & Child Development.

Photographs of the child.

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Right to Information ACT:

The RTI empowers people to seek information from the government and public organizations and ask for government documents and their copies. Through the RTI, citizens know about government decisions and the limitations of the country and the government. RTI promotes transparency and accountability.

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Any person who is a citizen of India can file an RTI application. He can go for filing an RTI at any point in time whenever he wants to seek any information regarding any government organisation, or its any ongoing program, any public authority, etc. Any person who is a citizen of India can file an RTI application, excepting questions and justification of the process.

The Supreme Court has held that service details of employees fall within the ambit of ‘personal information‘ under Section 8(1)(j) of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, and that such details cannot be furnished unless any connection with larger public interest is shown. According to the Act, the information, which cannot be denied to the Parliament or a State Legislature, shall not be denied to any person.

CBI is exempted from the provisions of the Right to Information Act. … It was criticized by the Central Information Commission and RTI activists, who said the blanket exemption violated the letter and intent of the RTI Act. The exemption was upheld in Madras High Court.

Refer

https://www.indiacode.nic.in

RTI Act, 2005 RTI (Amendment) Bill, 2019
Term The Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) and Information Commissioners (ICs) (at the central and state level) will hold office for a term of five years. The Bill removes this provision and states that the central government will notify the term of office for the CIC and the ICs.
Quantum of Salary The salary of the CIC and ICs (at the central level) will be equivalent to the salary paid to the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners, respectively.

Similarly, the salary of the CIC and ICs (at the state level) will be equivalent to the salary paid to the Election Commissioners and the Chief Secretary to the state government, respectively.

 The Bill removes these provisions and states that the salaries, allowances, and other terms and conditions of service of the central and state CIC and ICs will be determined by the central government.

 

Deductions in Salary The Act states that at the time of the appointment of the CIC and ICs (at the central and state level), if they are receiving pension or any other retirement benefits for previous government service, their salaries will be reduced by an amount equal to the pension.

Previous government service includes service under: (i) the central government, (ii) state government, (iii) corporation established under a central or state law, and (iv) company owned or controlled by the central or state government.

The Bill removes these provisions.

 

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Meet Mr. Rama Krishna

I Pledge to uphold the Rights of my fellow Human Beings and stand up to raise my voice when they are denied. I also stand for the integrity of my Nation and unity of my people

MOTTO: NATION FIRST

CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

Fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution of India, can be enforced in a court of law and equal to all citizens irrespective of language or ideological differences or place or religion.

Whether it be minorities or majority,  from Kashmir to kanyakumari, the fundamental rights read with fundamental duties, also part of constitution of India, shall be implemented throughout the country without discrimination.

Right of a person, cannot override the rights of other individuals. In the name of freedom of speech, you cannot use offensive against whom you dislike. Minority rights are also subject to giving respect to the majority. Assassinations/killings/kidnapped by certain elements justifying in the name of natural justice is deplorable. Law cannot be taken into one’s hands in the name of demand for justice.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH an international organization in its report dated 07/05/2010 accused India of violating human rights, when the government took action against Maoists and its sympathizers. The left extremists are responsible for serious abuses including destruction of schools & hospitals, extortion , torture, rape and killing.

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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH is more concerned about deportation of 7,40,000 officially leaving apart nearly 6 lakhs Kashmiri pundits who are refugees in their own country. Unofficially, Rohingyas from the state of Jammu & elsewhere in the country account for 15 lakhs.

Immediately after abrogation of Article 370, HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH South Asia director sought release of those detained in Jammu & Kashmir including separatists, who would otherwise sabotage the peace process and resultant development in the state of J&K.

 

HUMAN RIGHTS violations in Pakistan are more pronounced. Pakistani Islamist groups committed genocide on minority groups of Ahmadiyas a sect of Islam, Sikhs, Buddhists, Christians and of course the Hindu population in Pakistan has been decimated from 20 percent in 1947 to mere 2 percent as of now. Unofficially a few thousand Hindus out of 20 crore Pakistani population were left. In Bangladesh it has come down from 14 percent in 1971 to 9 percent in 2001. Now it may be even less. HUMAN RIGHTS violations in Pakistan were sounded by a Baloch Leader Mehran Marri and are attested by a Pakistani journalist Mona Allam.

Bishop Franco Mulakkal has been accused of raping a Nun multiple times but left him on bail immediately after arrest.

Four of the five nuns who supported the rape survivor in her fight against the bishop, have again been asked to leave the Kuravilangad convent. The nuns were issued transfer orders earlier and now they have been reminded to leave.

Sister Alphy Pallasseril, Sister Anupama Kelamangalathuveliyil, Sister Josephine Villoonnickal and Sister Ancitta Urumbil have been reminded to execute their past transfer orders to move to other convents in Punjab, Bihar and Kerala.

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A biased stance, against certain class of people cannot be termed human rights.

At times, it all needs sacrifice from individuals for sake of Society, or for that matter Nation. Many great leaders ended their lives for the sake of society. Rights cannot be narrow in sense, and have a broader approach. We achieved freedom by sacrifice of great leaders like Subhash Chandra Bose, Veer Savarkar, Bal Gangadhar Tilak.. and of course our Bapu Mahatma Gandhi led the struggle to the end. Let’s upkeep our freedom and keep our nation high in the world.

Bharat Mata Ki jai.

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