HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

For normal living, every person has some rights over his family, work, government and society, which are determined by mutual understanding and rules. Under this, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was officially recognized by the UN General Assembly on December 10, 1948, in which each person has been given some special rights by the Indian constitution. So every year on 10th December Human Rights Day is celebrated.

Human rights refer to all those rights which are related to the person's life, liberty, equality and prestige. All rights are described in the name of basic rights in Part III of the Indian Constitution and are enforceable by the courts, whose 'Indian Constitution' not only guarantees, but also punishes those who violate it. In fact, the human rights law was brought into force in India from September 28, 1993 and the 'National Human Rights Commission' was formed on October 12, 1993, but the UN General Assembly approved the declaration on 10 December 1948. On December 10, the day was fixed for Human Rights Day.

Human rights can be easily understood by 30 paragraphs, and each person must know its information and understanding –

1- Everyone is free and equal in terms of dignity and authority, that is, all human beings have innate freedom and equality in respect of dignity and rights. They are given the gift of intellect and conscience, and they should treat each other with a sense of brotherhood.

2- Everyone has been given all kinds of rights and freedom without discrimination. There can be no discrimination on topics like race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other thoughts, nationality or social origin, property, birth etc. Whether there is a country or territory independent, protected, or self-governing, or finite sovereign, there will be no distinction between the residents of that country or the state on the basis of political regional or international status.

3- Everyone has the right to life, freedom and security.

4- Right to freedom from slavery or slavery, that is, no person can be kept in slavery or enslavement, slavery and trade will be completely prohibited.

5- The right to freedom from torture, torture or cruelty means that no one can be physically tortured or cruel, inhuman or humiliating against anyone.

6- The right to equality before the law i.e. everyone has the right to acceptance as a person everywhere in the eyes of the law.

7- In front of law, all are equal in the eyes of equal protection of law, and all are entitled to legal protection as well as without discrimination.

8- The right to open the court for justice in its defense, i.e. everyone has the right to get the help of the appropriate national courts after encroachment on the basic rights received by the constitution or law.

9- Arbitrary arrest, custody or freedom of expression from exile, i.e. anyone arbitrarily arrested, detained, or can not be expelled from the country.

10- The right to a fair public hearing through an independent court means that everyone has the right to the right that their hearing in any case of their rights and duties and in any case of criminal justice is justified by the court and publicly impartial and impartial.

11- As long as the court does not convict, the right to be innocent until that time, ie every person, who has been charged with a penal offense, will be treated as innocent until he is proved guilty in the open court in accordance with the law. To be given, where he gets all the necessary facilities for his cleaning.

12- The right to privacy in the home, family and correspondence, i.e., should not be arbitrarily interfered with the privacy, family, home, or correspondence of any person, nor any objection to anybody's respect and reputation. Against such interference or objections, everyone has the right to protect the country.

13- The right to travel in your country and to travel to another country, that is, every person has the right to come, go and settle in freedom and to leave any country or return to their country and return to their country within the boundaries of each country.

14- The right to seek political asylum in any other country means that when a person is persecuted in other countries, there is a right to take refuge and live. But the benefit of this right will not be found in cases which are actually related to non-political crimes, or against the objectives and principles of the United Nations.

15- The right to nationality means that each person has the right to nation-specific citizenship. Nobody can be denied arbitrarily from the citizenship of his nation or refusal to change the citizenship.

16- The right to marry and raise the family and the right to equality of men and women after marriage, ie, gender men and women, have the right to marry and intervene without interference with any race, nationality or religion.

17- Right to property means that each person has the right to own property jointly and with others. And nobody can be denied arbitrarily from their property.

18- The right to freedom of thought, discretion and adoption of any religion means that every person has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. To change their religion or belief and to be alone or with others and in public or in private, their religion Or freedom is the freedom to manifest through education, action, worship, and behavior.

19- The right to get the expression of ideas and the information that means each person has the right to freedom of thought and expression. Without interfering with it, and explaining, accepting and providing information and perceptions of anybody through any medium and regardless of limitations, it is included in it.

20- The right to form and organize the organization means that every person has the right to make peace or to make a committee. Nobody can be compelled to become a member of an organization.

21- The right to take part in the formation of government and to choose the government means that every person has the right to participate in the government jobs directly or through freely elected representatives, to get government jobs.

22- The right to social security and the right to attain economic, social and cultural rights, that is, as a member of society, each person has the right to social security and for every individual, for his independent development and dignity of his personality - the national effort or International cooperation and friendly to every state's organization and resources - essentially economic, essential The right to receive Ajik and cultural rights.

23- The right to work, the right to pay the same on equal work, and the right to join and create trade union, to get the right employment, to get the proper and convenient conditions of work, to get equal wages without any discrimination for the same work and There is a right to form a working union and participate in them.

24- Proper time to work and the right of vatican vacations means that every person has the right to relaxation and leisure. This includes proper hours of work hours and holidays including wages from time to time.

25- Right to life of self and family with good living standards including food, housing, clothing, medical care and social security.

26- Right to Education means that every person has the right to education, In which primary education will be compulsory and free. Education will develop mutual goodwill, tolerance and friendship between nations, nations, or religious groups, and the United Nations' efforts will be carried forward to maintain peace.

27- The right to participate in cultural programs and the protection of intellectual property means that every person has the right to participate in the cultural life of an independently society, enjoy arts, and participate in scientific advancement and its facilities. Apart from this, every person has the right to protect the moral and economic interests generated by any such scientific literary or artistic masterpiece, the author of which is himself.

28- Everyone has the right to achieve such a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in that Declaration can be fully realized.

29- Every person has a duty towards the same society in which living and independent development of his personality is possible. Using their rights and liberties, each person will be bound by the boundaries fixed by the law, whose sole purpose is the respect and proper acceptance of the rights and freedoms of others. These rights and freedoms will not be used in any way against the principles and objectives of the United Nations.

30- There should be no interpretation of any thing contained in this declaration, from which it can be seen that a nation, a person or a group can be involved in any activity that violates the liberty or rights of somebody.