Declaration on the right to Development made by the general Assembly on 4th Dec 1986, defines “Development” as “ comprehensive, economic, social, cultural and political process, which aims at the constant improvement of the well being of entire population and of all individuals on the basis of their active, free and meaningful participation in development and in the fair distribution of benefits resulting therefrom”, and then the Declaration proceeds to proclaim ; “the right to development is an inalienable Human right by virtue of which every human person and all peoples are entitled to pa
Post independence rights organisations are products of different contexts and situations. They are naturally very in their aims and objects, character and mode of working. This, in no way, should cause us to view them as superior or inferior. We are only different. Unlike the political parties, rights organisations need not speak against one another. The political parties have to do it because they compete for the same thing: power. Thus, they have to explain to the people why they should be preferred to the others.
Women in Indian society and politics continue to be pariahs, as events related to Sabarimala and the Me Too movement reveal. Women are barred from entering the Sabarimala temple in Kerala state on grounds of impurity owing to menstruation.
Besides being irrational, this social diktat violates the fundamental right of equality guaranteed under the Indian constitution. Some women approached the Supreme Court, which upheld their right to enter the temple.
Jaipur 30th November, 2018
Sh. Bhupinder Singh,
DG - Prisons, GOR
Subject: Please do not move the prisoner Azam Khan, presently in Udaipur Jail, to Ajmer Jail as the matter is seized by the Jodhpur High Court.