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Human Rights Violations by Gurgaon (Haryana) Police Commissionerate


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harinder dhingra

Dear members of this August Forum,

 

I filed a Complaint with Haryana Human Rights Commission, Chandigarh seeking directions to DGP Haryana /CP Gurgaon for constructing ladies washrooms in nine Police Station of Gurgaon Commissioner-ate of Police. The absence of this facility is violation of Human Rights of our girl child/sisters. The information about non-availability of wash rooms was received from ACP Gurgaon under RTI Act 2005. Kindly find below the text of undersigned Complaint to Human Rights Commission:

 

To Dated 11th March 2015

The Chairman,

State Human Rights Information, Haryana

Chandigarh

 

Sub: Human Rights violations: Prayer fordirections to Chief Secretary/Home Secretary/ Director General of PoliceHaryana for implementing Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court directions tohave ladies toilets in nine police stations of Gurgaon Commissioner-ate

Sir,

Respectfully submits that human rights of Citizens areviolated in following Police Stations of Gurgaon Commissioner-ate by not havingladies toilets namely;

1) Pataudi Police Station;

2) Kherki Daula Police Station;

3) Bhondsi Police Station;

4) Farooq Nagar Police Station;

5) Badshahpur Police Station;

6) Metro Station Police Station;

7) Civil Lines Police Station;

8) Rajendera Park Police Station;

9) Udyog Vihar Police Station;

The above information has been provided by learned ACPHQ cum SPIO of Gurgaon Police under RTI Act 2005 (Copies Enclosed)

That above Police Stations situated in Commissioner-ateof Gurgaon in the State of Haryana are not having separate toilets for ladies,the basic human right and privacy of the female police personnel and othersfemale visiting police stations are being deprived. I draw your kind attentionto Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court order in CWP No. CWP-10756-2014 dated28th May 2014 (H.C. Arora Vs. State of Punjab and other) (Copy ofthe order enclosed) the Hon’ble Court directed,

QUOTE “ The petitioner, appearing in person, seeks toadvance the cause of lady constables in the police stations as it is allegedthat there is absence of lady toilets in police stations and police posts, thedetails of which he has obtained after serving notice on the respondents.

There is no doubt that adequate facilities in respectof the aforesaid are required. We would expect the Government to look into thisissue expeditiously and the Director General of Police with the Department ofHome Affairs to take necessary action for provision of toilets for ladyconstables in different police stations. We would also expect the action to betaken within a maximum period of four months from today.

The petition accordingly stands disposed of.” UNQUOTE

PRAYER AND RELIEF SOUGHT

This is a fundamental right of our girl children/sisters.Thus, the Police Department must also be directed to construct separate toiletsfor ladies in Police Stations in the district of Gurgaon.

The above reasons contribute to human rights violationsin above named Police Stations situated in Gurgaon District and as such pray toHon’ble Commission to pass appropriate orders under relevant section of thesaid Human Rights Act as deem fit by Hon’ble Commission.

Thanking You,

Yours truly,

 

 

Harinder Dhingra

RTI & Human Rights Activist, mobile number xxxxxxxxxxxx

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CWP_10756_2014_28_05_2014_FINAL_ORDER.pdf

ACP Grg reply on ladies washroom in PS.docx

rti cp women toilet in PS.docx

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harinder dhingra

Dear Friends,

Enclosed herewith find the scan copy of news clipping on the below mentioned subject appearing in Hindustan Hindi dated 13th March 2015

 

Harinder Dhingra

 

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harinder dhingra

Dear All,

 

 

Kindly find attached news clippings appearing in Dainik Jagran dated 1st April 2015 on undersigned complaint to Haryana Human Rights Commission praying for directions to Chief Secretary/Home Secretary/ Director General of Police Haryana for implementing Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court directions to have ladies toilets in nine police stations of Gurgaon Commissioner-ate

 

Harinder Dhingra

 

 

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harinder dhingra

Dear All,

 

Kindly find attached news clippings appearing in Times of India dated 03rd April April 2015 on undersigned complaint to Haryana Human Rights Commission praying for directions to Chief Secretary/Home Secretary/ Director General of Police Haryana for implementing Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court directions to have ladies toilets in one third of Police Stations of Gurgaon Commissioner-ate.

 

The news item has been very well crafted, written and pointed to awake concerned authorities to take notice the violations of human rights of women workforce of Police and women accused who are taken in custody in these Police Stations.

 

harinder dhingra

 

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harinder dhingra

Dear Friends,

 

Glad to inform you that Hon'ble Haryana Human Rights Commission has taken cognizance of undersigned Complaint to them and issued notice to CP, Gurgaon. The next date of hearing is 05.10.2015.

 

harinder dhingra

 

 

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harinder dhingra

Dear All,

 

 

Please find the news clippings appearing in Hindustan Hindi, Hindustan Times English & Times of India regarding the subject mentioned in trailing mail.

 

 

Thanks for your time,

 

 

Yours Truly,

 

 

Harinder Dhingra

RTI & Human Rights Activist

 

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