Uttar Pradesh: Man Tweeted Against Police!! Got Thrashed Left & Right
Written by Famitha mohamed Published on Jul 24, 2023 | 03:04 AM IST | 51
Uttar Pradesh: Vikas Chauhan from Unnao complained about a neighborly dispute on Twitter, but his grievance was met with a brutal response from the Inspector in Charge of Bighapur Police Station. He was beaten severely as the police were upset that he didn’t visit the station in person. This incident highlights the dangers citizens face when expressing concerns through social media and raises questions about the need for a safer and more accountable approach to handling complaints.
Complaining by tweeting in Unnao cost a youth so much that he was locked up in the police station and beaten up. In fact, he informed the police about the dispute with the neighbor through a tweet. Because, he was going to bring medicine for his sick wife. Because of which he could not go to the police station. The SHO was disturbed by this very thing and he mercilessly beat this young man by locking him in the room. Means, justice was meted out or not but definitely got beaten up. UP residents! Be alert. If you tweet an incident even by mistake, then you can get a beating instead of justice. This has become the rule of the BJP police
India, a vibrant democracy with a rich cultural heritage, is committed to upholding the fundamental rights and freedoms of its citizens. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), established in 1993, plays a crucial role in ensuring the protection and promotion of human rights across the nation. However, recent incidents, like Vikas Chauhan’s ordeal in Unnao, raise concerns about the effectiveness and reach of NHRC in safeguarding citizens’ rights. This article delves into the importance of NHRC, its role in protecting human rights, and the need for its continued relevance.
Vikas Chauhan’s Case: An Alleged Violation of Human Rights, The incident involving Vikas Chauhan from Unnao raises questions about the effectiveness of NHRC’s oversight. It is alarming that a citizen was allegedly subjected to physical abuse for expressing his grievances on social media. Freedom of speech and expression is a constitutional right, and no one should face retaliation for voicing their concerns, even if it is done through social media channels. Such incidents highlight the need for greater awareness and accountability in ensuring citizens’ rights are protected at all times.
UP again. Vikas Chauhan of Unnao complained about a fight with his neighbor through a tweet and this was his return gift frm @unnaopolice .He gt beaten black and blue by the Inspector in Charge of Bighapur Police Station as they became angry that why did he not… https://t.co/Q15qgqSvE5 pic.twitter.com/f20vKKwtyX
— NCMIndia Council For Men Affairs (@NCMIndiaa) July 21, 2023
While the NHRC plays a crucial role in safeguarding human rights, it faces certain challenges that limit its efficacy. One of the major hurdles is the issue of enforcement. The Commission can recommend actions, but its decisions are not always binding, leading to delayed justice or lack of accountability. Additionally, resource constraints and bureaucratic hurdles may hinder timely investigations, diluting the impact of the Commission’s interventions.
The Need for an Active and Empowered NHRC, To ensure the continued effectiveness of NHRC, several measures need to be implemented. Firstly, there is a need for legislative reforms to strengthen the Commission’s powers, making its recommendations legally binding. This would enhance the NHRC’s ability to hold violators accountable and deter potential human rights violations.
उन्नाव में ट्वीट करके शिकायत करना एक युवक को इस कदर भारी पड़ा कि उसे थाने में बंद करके पीटा गया।
दरअसल उसने पड़ोसी से विवाद होने की सूचना ट्वीट के जरिये पुलिस को दी। क्योंकि, वह अपने बीमार पत्नी की दवा लाने जा रहा था। जिस कारण वह थाने नहीं जा सका।
इतनी ही बात थानेदार साहब को खल… pic.twitter.com/s7MEr5eYvQ
— UP Congress (@INCUttarPradesh) July 18, 2023
Secondly, the NHRC must be granted sufficient financial and administrative autonomy to function effectively. Adequate resources and manpower are essential for timely investigations and prompt resolution of cases, thereby instilling faith in the institution among the citizens.
The NHRC is a vital institution in India’s quest to protect and uphold human rights. Incidents like Vikas Chauhan’s case remind us of the need for a robust and proactive NHRC to ensure citizens’ rights are safeguarded and justice prevails. By strengthening the Commission’s powers, granting it financial autonomy, and promoting public awareness, India can continue its journey towards becoming a society that cherishes human rights and respects the dignity of all its citizens.
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