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Semir on human rights held

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  4 Aug 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

Dibrugarh, August 3: A day-long semir on human rights was organized at Multipurpose Sub Depot, Indian Tibet Border Police (ITBP) here on Tuesday.

The need for keeping in mind the importance of protecting the human rights of people by the security personnel in the way of duty was widely talked about at the discussion. The Human Rights symposium, was iugurated with the lighting of traditiol lamp by Deputy Director General, Central Weapon Store, Rupai, Jackson P. Tharetil , and commandant, Multipurpose Sub Depo, Mohanbari , Rajeev Lochan Shukla.

Commandant Rajeev Lochan Shukla talked about Human Rights while Second Commandant Chandra Mohan Mishra spoke at length on the issue of human rights violation cases in militancy-affected areas. Assistant Commandant Suresh Prasad Verma, broadly discussed on securing the rights of women, children, prisoners, AIDS and mentally disabled persons.

Later, a certificate of participation was also given to the participants of the semir by the Deputy Director General, Jackson P. Tharetil.A memento of the semir was presented to Jackson P. Tharetil by the commandant of MSD, Mohanbari, Rajeev Lochan Shukla, who also delivered the vote of thanks.

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