KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victims at DC Office

5:42 PM, Saturday, November 20th, 2010

KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victimsMangalore : Chairman of the Karnataka State Human Rights Commission S.R. Nayak on November 20, Saturday at the meeting held with the public said that After Bangalore, it is Mangalore which files highest numbers of cases, but now its has been decreased.

KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victimsSpeaking on the land acquisition case to the victim Rukmayya Gowda, who is working a the head constable at Uppinangady Police Station said that in the cases of land acquisition, one must go to the civil court and file the appeal and if the judgment is for the victim, then no department cant stop it from giving it to him.

KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victimsOther victim also shared the grievance with Nayak about a boy who is forcing and threatening her to marry him. Later he asked her to give an appeal to his commission and assured to take necessary step against the boy.

KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victimsSpeaking at the press meet, he also said that, the Commission was formed on July 25, 2007 and till date, around 23,000 cases have been registered in Human Rights Commission, and around 5000 cases has been filed own  based on the media reports and the knowledge gained for the commission has registered the case.
Over 12,000 cases have been solved by giving final judgment in the state level. In Dakshina Kannada, till date roughly about 1000 case has been registered and around 450 cases have been solved and others are pending, he said.

KSHRC S.R. Nayak speak to victimsThe state government in three schemes has given 4,500 sq ft place for the construction of office. When Nayak took charge as the chairman, present Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa was the Dy CM, Nayak urged the him to provide other branches for the commission since all the cases cannot be solved in the Bangalore head office due to lack of space but not been provided. He had also demanded for sufficient staffs and money for the good office, but still nothing was done, he said.
The commission actually required minimum of 491 staffs, but Government till date has sanctioned only 105 staffs, but the commission has not appointed all the post, since there was no place in the office, hence only 76 posts have been filled and some are still seen working in the office corridor.
The government has even separated investigation division from HRC. The people think that filing cases in HRC is waste since it takes lot of time. He said that the Anti deflection law must be strengthened, he added.

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