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NCHRO conducted investigation after atrocity on Dalits in Haryana

The organization will send the fact-finding report to the Human Rights Commission


The way in which the situation has arisen in Haryana after the boycott of Dalits in Chhattar village in the Jind district of Haryana, if the administration wanted, it could have prevented the incident. Because of the failure of the administration and the political interests of certain people, this situation has arisen in the village.

These initial facts have come before the human rights organisation, NCHRO, in the fact-finding conducted by the team. The general secretary of the organisation, Azeem Naved, has said in a press release that the joint team went to the village to investigate on the directions of the President of Delhi chapter, Adv. Amit Srivastav.  The fact-finding team met the victims and gathered the information and facts related to the incident. The team also talked to the "upper-caste" people of the village and the police officers. Primarily, the facts that have come before the team point towards the fact that if the administration wanted, the incident would not have taken on such a serious shape. He said that the organisation will soon release its detailed report and this report will be sent to the Chief Justice of the State, Chief Secretary, Scheduled Castes Commission, Chief Minister's Office and the State Human Rights Commission.

The fact-finding team included members of the Uttar Pradesh Working Committee, Sandeep Nimesh, Manisha and Ankit from Chhatra Ekta Manch (CEM), Praveen from KYS; (Independent Journalists- Uday Che, Akashdeep, Sumedha, Rajkumar Tarksheel Society); Advocates - Rajesh Kapdo, Sanjay Kumar; Bharatiya Mazdoor Kisan Union Master Dilsher, Dheeraj Gaba from Rashtriya Mazdoor Kisan Manch, Advocate Surendra Bibipur, Krishna Majra, Dr. Ramesh Qutbpur, Sohan Yadav, Ravinder, Likhita, Huzaifa and others

Sincerely,

Azeem Naved

General Secretary,

Delhi Committee

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