The the MHRC issued a new deadline i.e. November 21 to the chief secretary and DGP, Manipur for submitting the status report of the investigation.
The MHRC on Thursday received several complaints against severe forms of alleged human rights violation at drug de-addiction centres in Manipur.
The superintendent of Thoubal Police station and SI and LC of Lilong Police Station are to appear before the MHRC on Thursday at 12.30 pm.
A complaint was filed by a rights activist in connection with the four RTI activists, who are in hiding, fearing reprisal from the NSCN-IM.
MHRC to launch a youth campaign soon to mobilise a free and fair election on the theme of ‘people for change’.
The MHRC has already submitted the annual report to the state government on August 12, to be laid before the State Legislative Assembly as mandated under Section 28 of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
The MHRC has directed the Director General of Police and Social Welfare director to monitor drug de-addiction centres in the state.
The Manipur Human Rights Commission had directed the chief secretary, the DGP and the special secretary (Home) to submit action taken report on the recommendation to remove 'disturbed area' status from Manipur within three months.
The MHRC gave the directive in connection with a suo-motu case taken up on the basis of news reports.
The commission asked the director general of police to respond to the suo-motu case in three weeks' time.
The MHRC has taken up the suo-motu case in connection with news reports published on Monday in the local dailies
Following the complaint petition lodged by HRA to MHRC, a case was registered under section 12 of Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
On March 31, Churachandpur police arrested 29 Myanmar nationals, including six minors, staying without proper documents from Ngathal and Kawnpui villages of Churachandpur, the HRA stated.
MHRC on Tuesday registered a case under section 12 of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 in connection with an FB page sharing sexually explicit photos and videos of women
The Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) has issued recommendations to the state government as per the Protection of Human Rights Act 1993, in view of the Covid pandemic situation in the state
MHRC chairperson Khaidem Mani said that the MPCC application seeking to be a part of a drug case will be considered on May 5.
The MHRC direction was given following a complaint petition filed by the president of Youth’s Forum for Protection of Human Rights.
Laishram was allegedly arrested for organising a protest meeting against the acquittal Lhukhosei Zou who was earlier apprehended with drugs.
MHRC takes suo-motu case on alleged nexus between drug lords and police officials and politicians based on several reports by local dailies.
The Manipur Human Rights Commission also advised the FEGOCTA and AMCTA to approach the appropriate legal forum to redress their grievances instead of boycott and cease work strike.
Under the leadership of MHRC’s acting chairperson Khaidem Mani, the officials of MHRC started the sitting camp on January 27.
An official team of the Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) led by acting chairperson Khaidem Mani will visit Jiribam district from January 27 to 30.
The MHRC’s hearing aimed to review the functioning of the irrigation canals in Manipur and make operational of the said canals by witnessing the testimonies of the affected farmers
Despite multiple proposals made, the government is yet to fulfil the demands, Khaidem Mani said.
MHRC directed the HR, Lamjingba Manangement Services Pvt. Ltd to redress the grievances of W Dhamendro within 15 days.
A complaint lodged before the commission by an individual from Sagolband, Imphal stated that he was severely injured after Imphal West SP hit him on his head with a stick.
The show-cause was sent following a petition filed by the Meitei Leimarol Art Performing Centre before the commission for recommendation for the introduction of the four scripts from class 1 to 10.
The Manipur Human Rights Commission directed officials to submit action taken report on SOP violation to the commission on or before November 13.
The commission has directed submission of the report on November 2.
The commission has asked authorities to submit the action taken report on or before September 29.
The investigating officer of the case has been asked to appear before the commission on September 17.
Police SI, Bheishamayum Debson, now serving as Imphal East Commando, who was arrested with drugs worth more than Rs 3 crore in 2013, was given a gallantry award by the chief minister..
There is an issue of non-payment of employees' salaries for more than 28 months
Despite the shortages in manpower, MHRC has disposed 70 cases out of 300 registered cases in two years, Mani said.
The Community Network for Empowerment (CoNE) has stated that MHRC had issued the said order on August 10 following the complaint filed by CoNE and USER Manipur.
The single bench of High Court Justice Kh Nobin passed the order following a writ petition (c) filed by the maternal grandfather of the child, to quash the MHRC order as the proceeding was taken up falsely.
MHRC acting chairperson Khaidem Mani stated that the commission is constrained to reproduce the preamble to the Constitution of India for sensitizing all.
The difficulties faced by MHRC in the last few years were disclosed by its acting chairperson Khaidem Mani at a press briefing in Imphal on Saturday.
The MHRC registered a complaint filed by Nongmaithem Indradumon, Nachou Kha Leikai, Bishnupur who is the husband of Flora Devi who was arrested by Bishnupur police.
Following the directive of the High Court of Manipur, the Manipur Human Rights Commission has submitted its preliminary investigation report after visiting quarantine centres in eight districts.
The Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) has registered a case following a petition filed by Community Network for Empowerment (CoNE) and User Society for Effective Response (USER) Manipur to monitor the cases of major drug hauls in the state.
Manipur Human Rights Commission has been instructed by the Manipur High Court instructed to complete inspection of all quarantine centers in the state by June 10.
A demand for legal action against those involved in an alleged mob trial of girl in Thangmeiband has been made before the Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) by a complainant.
The team visited the 100-bedded hospital at UNACCO School Maitram in Imphal which is being set up especially for COVID-19 patients and inspected the ongoing work.
MHRC asked three respondents to take appropriate steps for the prevention of the ongoing impasse between NAB and subordinate judiciary
MHRC is to submit the investigation report within fifteen days and file an affidavit from state respondents within 10 days.
Community Network for Empowerment (CoNE) and User Society for Effective Response (USER) Manipur urged the Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) to frame regulatory guidelines so as to ensure non-recurrence of human rights violation in drug rehabilitation centres.
MHRC registered the complaint lodged by CONE president Nilakanta and USER, president M Jogesh who requested the commission to intervene in the matter.