To NHRC and else : Define human right in purview of preventing Honored Shri Anna Hazare from protest by police : Institutionalize the process of Lokpal Bill construction & watch for extremists’ entry in the game

To NHRC and else : Define human right in purview of preventing Honored Shri Anna Hazare from protest by police : Institutionalize the process of Lokpal Bill construction & watch for extremists’ entry in the game

Respected authority
Please define right of a citizen in this purview- check media report of the alleged claim , although our knowledge group is not agree with the protesters on methodology of the protest and its actual need at presented . We favored an institutionalized process & review  for a law formation and informed the concerned ministries with our will that collaborates the eminent constitution experts . We advised that a matter of conflict should be reviewed by the commission of high experts from the concerned institution of the nation and a stubborn & rigid way to deal it may rather harm the purpose of constructing such law. But any such hypothesis can’t stop a citizen to protest as per his/her will if he/ she is not injuring a second citizen directly or indirectly and an adamant life risk  protest can be cared with alternative methods to save the life of protestant rather than stopping him to protest . We think that government has violated here the basic right of a citizen in the country on the name of law. So we requested NHRC to define  before the parallel agencies the  right of a citizen and be a guardian to it. We also request respected grand-man Shri Anna Hazare to rethink over his methodology of protest that might be an abuse of a method of  sacrifice at present moment , when his advised bill is to the review before standing committee of the Parliament . We honor him for his will of sacrifice but we warn him of danger of turning an inappropriate approach as a preferred method of  blackmailing in future. We appeal from the younger member of his team and supporters to show the same will as honored Anna Hazare and come forward for a sacrifice with wisdom  for the cause of the nation and to relieve this grand old man of his extended responsibility . This was the work of ours, what he is doing . We also informed the citizens and media with the  attitude of radical groups for the present situation and a mishandling of it may provide a flourishing condition to rise of extremists . We often denoted to all that country is getting programmed for a condition favorable for extremists’ ideology and work and an survey of increased incidences of riots and attacks on police personnel by such groups may provide you the eulogy for the claim . So kindly search an approach in favor of the constitution of India and escape an conflict between the democratic agencies.  We won’t allow an atmosphere of anarchy in the country and will stop it with our sacrifice of lives . Yes we can endanger our life for the security of  nation and citizens  and its self willed duty of the Human Rescue Team.   

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Telegraphic Add: HUMANRIGHTS
Dated: 15/08/2011
Dr. ashu kumar,
Dear Dr. ashu kumar,
The Commission has recieved your complaint and it has assigned diary number as 114806
with the Follwing details:-
Victim Anna Hazare supporters
Address India against corruption , office , Delhi
Incident dated 15/08/2011
Incident Type ABUSE OF POWER
Incident Place Delhi CENTRAL DELHI , DELHI
NHRC, New Delhi, INDIA.
Please define right of a citizen in this purview- check media report of the alleged claim
Press Trust Of India
New Delhi, August 15, 2011
First Published: 12:56 IST(15/8/2011)
Last Updated: 16:32 IST(15/8/2011)
No permission for fast, Anna-Govt confrontation escalates
Confrontation between Anna Hazare and Government escalated today with police denying permission to the Gandhian for holding a fast from tomorrow to press for a strong Lokpal Bill and his team declaring that they would go ahead with the planned stir and court arrest if prevented.
Delhi Police’s refusal of permission coincided with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s strong remarks in his Independence Day speech that hunger strikes and fasts-unto-death do not help address the problem of corruption and Parliament is the only body to form legislations to curb the menace.
The city police did not give its nod to hold the protest at Jai Prakash Narain Park near Ferozeshah Kotla stadium saying that the organisers have refused to give an undertaking on restricting the number of days of protest and protesters besides four other conditions.
Sudhir Yadav, joint commissioner of police (Northern Range), said anybody assembling at the Park tomorrow would face legal action.
“We have denied the permission. Nobody is supposed to come to the park. If somebody comes there, it is unlawful. They will be handled according to law. If they do that, it is violation of law,” Yadav said as police prepared to lock down the grounds.
The Hazare team said they have given an undertaking leaving six out of the 22 conditions laid by police. “We have not accepted six conditions as they are unconstitutional,” activists Arvind Kejriwal and Kiran Bedi said.
The activists said Hazare would go to the venue and court arrest if he and his supporters were not allowed to enter the park. “We will court arrest tomorrow. The conditions laid by the Delhi Police are unconstitutional. Unfortunately they are under directions,” Bedi said.
Kejriwal alleged that the denial of permission showed the “dictatorial and arbitrary attitude” of government and that it was creating an Emergency-like situation.
Asked whether they would approach court against the Delhi Police action, Kejriwal said, “All options are open and there is an option to go to court.” Lawyer Prashant Bhushan had yesterday said they may approach Supreme Court if a permission is denied.
The conditions that were not accepted by the Hazare team were capping the agitation to three days and the number of protesters to below 5,000, government doctors to check on Hazare, ban on use of loudspeakers after 9 PM, limiting the number of vehicles to 50 cars and 50 motorcycles in parking and not erecting tents.
Government, meanwhile, justified the police action with regard to Hazare’s fast. Information and broadcasting minister Ambika Soni said the law of the land is the same for all and that everybody will have to take permission to carry out any protest.
A senior police official said they had been “very accommodating” and had gone out of the way to help the Hazare team. He said they would be forced to take action against them if they forcibly enter the park tomorrow.
However, Kejriwal alleged, “The conditions set by police were at the behest of politicians. Artificial restrictions were imposed on us. We won’t agree to such unconstitutional methods.” Soni denied these allegations.
Earlier in the day while addressing the nation on the occasion of Independence Day, the Prime Minister said those who are opposed to the bill should not resort to hunger strikes and fasts-unto-death.
Without naming Hazare and his agitation beginning here tomorrow, Singh said he was aware that some people had different opinion on some aspects of the lokpal bill.
“Those who don’t agree with this bill can put forward their views to Parliament, political parties and even the press. However, I also believe they should not resort to hunger strikes and fasts-unto-death,” the Prime Minister said.
Reacting to this, the Hazare team called him an “insensitive” person who is asking people to fall in line on the issue.
Bedi claimed people have no trust left in the UPA government which was elected two years back as it had “squandered” an opportunity to make history by enacting a law for strong anti-corruption ombudsman.
“He speaks like a final arbiter. He says you cannot protest. This is a direct imposition of a bill on people against their will. The Prime Minister is imposing a bill on the country and saying protest fast is wrong. The PM is asking people to fall in line,” Bedi told PTI.
“He is insensitive to people’s perception. Surveys after surveys and referendums after referendums showed that people rejected the government’s lokpal bill. He is not taking this into account,” she alleged.
Supporting the Hazare team on the issue, senior CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat said one’s right to protest cannot be questioned even if you do not agree with the demands of the agitator.
“The point here is one may not agree with the form of protest or with all the demands being raised by Hazare. However, his right to protest cannot be questioned. Saying once a bill is in Parliament, there can be no protest in this country is highly undemocratic.
“The Congress has forgotten when it was in opposition and when it is in Opposition, even in the states there are so many occasions they do not agree with a bill and they have staged a protest,” she said.
© Copyright © 2011 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved.


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