Petitioner MA Satyanarayana Rao said the NHRC was provoking suspicion that it was working in support of the Centre.
The rights panel had earlier directed the Chief Secretary to pay Rs 1 lakh each to Siddeswar Pradhan and Jaynarayan Sahu as compensation by October 4, 2020.
In a letter to the Commission, Saikia said the government was seeking to evict the families by going back on its promises that they would be suitably rehabilitated
The Commission has issued notices to the state chief secretary and Director General of Police, seeking a detailed report within four weeks, the officials said.
The NHRC has sent many recommendations, including those stated above, to the centre and states, including Union Ministries of Home Affairs, Finance, Social Justice & Empowerment.
As per the petition, one Narayan Dash of Ganjam district had kidnapped an eight-year-old girl from her village while she was witnessing a festival on the occasion of Kartika Purnima in 2015.
The Ministry of Women and Child Development received 27 lakh distress calls and intervened in 1.92 lakh distress on the ground during the pandemic.
NHRC asks Odisha to pay Rs 3 lakh to kin of woman who died after ambulance failed to reach her on time
The govt has asked the Additional Chief Secretary of Health and Family Welfare department to make the requisite payment of compensation.
Adjudicating a petition filed by Supreme Court lawyer and rights activist Radhakanta Tripathy, the NHRC has directed the Chief Secretary to reply by December 7.
He requested the commission to take steps to provide medical care to Saibaba.
The alleged incident occurred in May and it came to the knowledge of the district judge after a period of five months.
The Health Secretary has also not submitted the status of the departmental action taken against the delinquent officers along with the condition of the two patients.
On Tuesday, China, as well as Russia and Cuba, won seats on the Human Rights Council, which is a win for tyrants and embarrassment for the United Nations, Pompeo said.
The NHRC said in view of the unprecedented situation across the country and being 'deeply concerned' about the rights of the vulnerable and marginalised sections of the society amid COVID crisis.
As there was no facility for safe drinking water, villagers were fetching water from a nearby pit.