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Reg no : Ros | Nor | 229 | 2011

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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.