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Letter to SHRC – Mob violence in Doddaballapura, Bangalore

10.07.2023 · Posted in Communal Violence, Human Rights, Minorities

To, Chairperson,Karnataka State Human Rights Commission (KSHRC)4th floor, 5th phase, MS Building, Dr Ambedkar Street,Bengaluru – 560001 October 7, 2023 Subject: Seeking your immediate intervention in a mob violence case that took place in Doddaballapura on September 24, 2023 Dear Sir/Ma’am, We wish to bring to your attention a disturbing incident that took place in ...

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Press Release | Assault on Sex Workers in Bangalore

03.30.2014 · Posted in Human Rights, Press Releases

On 23.03.2014, Peoples’ Union for Civil Liberties filed a complaint with the Karnataka State Human Rights Commission, on behalf of sex workers who are being subjected to police violence in Majestic, Upparpete KG Road and adjoining areas. This complaint was in addition to the complaint filed by PUCL on February 06, 2014 on the same ...

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|Press Release| Beggar’s Colony Death of 12 inmates on the night of 17th August

08.19.2010 · Posted in Human Rights, Press Releases, Urban Poverty

PRESS RELEASE FROM PUCL-BANGALORE DEATH OF 12 INMATES ON THE NIGHT OF 17-8-2010 PUCL-Bangalore voices its gravest concern on the reported deaths of 12 inmates in Beggar’s colony on 17-8-2010 evening, to next morning and is shocked that eleven of the twelve dead were cremated before due process of enquiry could be established. PUCL-Bangalore has ...

|Press Release| Government intereference in SHRC and Backward Classes Commission

Friday, 30 April 2010 Press statement Condemning the state government and BJP’s interference in the independent functioning of State Human Rights Commission and Backward Classes Commission The large number of incidences of abuse & exploitation of children, women, dalits, disabled, minorities, farmers & other vulnerable sections are increasing. The dislocation & displacement of these sections ...