Human Rights Law

The Human Rights in India originated long time ago. It can easily be recognized from the principles of Buddhism, Jainism. Hindu religious books and religious texts like Gita, Vedas, Arthasatra and Dharmashstra also contained provisions of human rights. Muslim rulers like Akbar and Jahangir were also very much appreciated for his regard for rights and justice. During the early British era, the people suffered a great violation of several rights and this led to the birth of modern Human Rights jurisprudence in India.

Human Rights are the basic rights which form the essential part of his/her development as human being. Constitution acts as a protector of those basic rights as Fundamental Rights and DPSPs. More emphasis has been given to the fundamental rights and they are directly enforceable in the court of law.

In order to live with dignity certain basic rights and freedom are necessary , which all Human Beings are entitled to these basic rights are call Human Right .

Human Rights belong to every human being but unless we are aware of them ,we demand them and defend them and implement them they are mere words .

Human Rights started in  India in 1993 with The Protection of Human Rights Act 1993 .

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