NHRC notification to Maha govt over ailing health passings
Mumbai, Sep 22: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today issued a notification to Maharashtra government, giving it four weeks to present a report on passings of kids supposedly because of ailing health in Palghar area.
The NHRC, in an announcement issued here, said it has taken suo motu cognisance of media reports that 600 youngsters have kicked the bucket professedly because of lack of healthy sustenance in Palghar this year.
The most noticeably awful influenced territories are Mokhada, Jawhar, Wada and Vikramgadh talukas in the area, it watched.
The notification issued to the Chief Secretary watched that the state powers are required to be cognizant towards the situation of the occupants, particularly the youngsters and elderly people.
“Such a colossal number of passings of the youngsters, in a year add up to infringement of right to life and soundness of the poor casualty,” it said.
“The selections of the news stories uncover that the territories having tribal populace are the most powerless who are as of now influenced by destitution, absence of education and absence of mindfulness towards government welfare and social insurance plans,” it said.
State Tribal Affairs Minister Vishnu Savra, who is likewise the Guardian Minister of Palghar region, had as of late confronted the outrage of tribal individuals when he went there to visit the group of a tyke who had kicked the bucket professedly because of lack of healthy sustenance.
Representative C Vidyasagar Rao, taking genuine cognisance of the issue, had then guided the state government to outline a strategy to forestall passings because of ailing health.