Justice Arun Mishra appointed as the Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission can hear and deal with any petition filed before it by a victim or any other person on his behalf.

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Published on 1 Jun 2021 9:06 AM GMT

Justice Arun Mishra appointed as the Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission
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New Delhi: Retired Supreme Court Justice Arun Mishra has been appointed as the new Chief of Human Rights Commission of India. The Center has approved his appointment. Before retiring, Justice Mishra worked with seven former Chief Justices of India since being promoted from the Calcutta Highcourt in 2014.

Justice Arun Mishra as new Chief of Human Rights Commission:

In June 2014, a month after the BJP-led NDA came to power at the Center, he was promoted to the Supreme Court along with Justice Adarsh ​​K Goyal and leading lawyer Rohinton F. Nariman.

Retired judge Justice Mishra has worked with former CJI RM Lodha, former CJI HL Dattu, former CJI TS Thakur, former CJI JS Khehar, former CJI Dipak Misra, former CJI Ranjan Gogoi and former CJI SA Bobde. At the time of retirement in September 2020, Justice Mishra was at number three in the Supreme Court.

Human Rights Commission:

The Human Rights Commission is an autonomous public body constituted on 28 October 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights Ordinance. It was given a statutory basis by the Human Rights Act, 1993. The National Human Rights Commission of India is responsible for the protection and promotion of human rights.

Defined by the Act as "the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or incarnated by international covenants. Human rights vary from person to person.

Human rights are not static, but dynamic in nature. New rights may change over time." - are recognized and enforced in a timely manner.Only individuals who are fully aware of the latest developments in human rights, their awareness can help them better than others.

The Human Rights Commission can hear and deal with any petition filed before it by a victim or any other person on his behalf.

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