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Semir on human rights on December 10

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 Dec 2016 12:00 AM GMT

FROM OUR Correspondent

Silchar, Dec 8: In a bid to spread awareness about human rights, along with its provisions and violation, District Legal Services Authority, Cachar, will organize a semir cum general meeting and discussion session at the conference hall of Cachar Zila Parishad on December 10 on the occasion of Human Rights Day. The programme will be conducted under the aegis of Bimalanghsu Roy Foundation under the chairmanship of Dr Rajdeep Roy, director of the Foundation. The semir will start with an iugural song by Rupam, a socio-cultural organization. This information has been shared at a press meet held at the conference hall of the District Legal Services Authority, Cachar, today.

Dharmanda Deb, advocate and press and publicity secretary, said, “People should be well aware of their basic rights. They should know whom to approach once their human rights are violated. In this regard, we have invited not only the eminent persolities, the Deputy Commissioner, the Superintendent of Police of Cachar, Madhumita Choudhury, District Development Commissioner, but also members of various NGOs, social activists and common people.” He further said that they have requested every police station to send at least one personnel. Advocate Shibojyoti Choudhury along with advocates Pankaj Kanti Dey, Bhaskar Deb and Dharmanda Deb will be coorditing the whole programme on that day.

The members of DLSA have invited Priya Ranjan Kumar, assistant professor, Department of Law, Assam University as the resource person, Dr Rajdeep Roy, Dr Rumi Dhar, interl legal consultant, Assam University and advocate Nurul Alam Mazumdar to deliver about the topic on that day. It should be mentioned here that in 1948, the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights marked a milestone in the history of human rights. For the first time, it laid out fundamental human rights for all, to be universally protected.

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