Earlier, the National Human Rights Commission transferred three petitions to the Manipur Human Rights Commission for disposal in connection with the case.
The woman had set herself on fire allegedly along with a man outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi on August 16, 2021. Subsequently, both died while undergoing treatment in RML Hospital.
Taking a note of the report submitted by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Kolkata High Court had recently ordered a CBI probe into the violence.
The Investigative Officer also admitted that the fingerprints of the accused weren’t found on the pistol pouches of the police personnel, sticks and rods.
The temporary office of the Andhra Pradesh Lokayukta was inaugurated by Lokayukta Justice P Lakshman Reddy at the State guest house in Kurnool on Saturday.
The State government informed the court that the State Cabinet had already taken a decision to set up the SHRC in Kurnool.
The complainant also alleged that around 3,500 children are missing across Odisha and the police are doing little to trace them.
The chairperson of Commission, Justice (retd) AK Mishra said not only were trials getting delayed, but court orders convicting a person also took years to implement.
Tiphagne, an advocate, had contended the NHRC, after initiating an investigation into the issue, had closed the case in October 2018.
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has strongly condemned 'disappearances', calling for an immediate enquiry into the matter.
Officials said that insurgents had seized more than a dozen local radio and TV stations in Lashkar Gah leaving only one pro-Taliban channel broadcasting Islamic programming.
Odisha Human Rights Commission allows Board of Secondary Education to hold test for special students
This year, results of all the 2255 students who appeared in correspondence mode were not published and they have to appear for the offline exam.
The petitioners, Viswanatha Rao and his wife Pushpalatha, approached the State Human Rights Commission on Wednesday alleging that the Minister and his brother were threatening them.
Manoj Jena said that the decision was not only arbitrary but also intended to put the differently-abled students in utter difficulty during the Covid-19 situation.
OHRC also said that copies of the news published in The New Indian Express and other newspapers should be kept on record. The next hearing of the matter is on September 6.